Monday, December 8, 2008

It's the most wonderful time of the year!

It has been forever since I have posted anything. I 'm going to try to update more often.

Well Christmas is just around the corner and I have done most of my shopping!

N. changes his mind every day as to what he wants, the more commercials and toy catalogs that come the more stuff he decides he "needs", but I suppose it's like that for every child.


"London in a bag" (I saw this awhile bag and thought it was too cute to pass up! N. is obsessed with clock towers, especially the one that stands about British Parliament! )

My Daddy is taken care of with the Vineyard Vines U.K. tie, he had been eyeing. Momma is getting a Pat Conroy cookbook. Both of them will also get the usual pictures of N. My brother is hard to buy for...more than likely he will get books or DVD's.
Now I just need to wrap them!
CMFH

Saturday, September 20, 2008

It's been awhile. I have been staying extremely busy juggling school, work, and my little man. School is going very well, I am excited to be going out to the elementary school every morning and working with the kids. Going back and having class afterwards I'm not loving.
I keep reminding myself that it will all be worth it in the end and the end is coming. I'm ready for May to get here so I can graduate and start a new chapter in my life.


In other news I picked up Darius Rucker's new cd and I must say it's great! Reminds me of the Hootie and the Blowfish days!

Saturday, August 30, 2008



C-A-T-S, CATS, CATS, CATS!


Tuesday, August 12, 2008

I am in the process right now of making tomato soup. The recipe is from here.

Even though it's not exactly fall yet, I thought I would get ahead start on finding wonderful soups for the upcoming months!

Cheers!
CMFH

Sunday, August 10, 2008


I am so excited to see this. I must admit the I have a slight teen girl crush on Seth Rogen.

Thursday, August 7, 2008

This pretty much sums it up....

1. Kentucky girls


Sure, girls from New York, they are tough. And girls from Georgia, they are sweet. But those born and bred feisty Kentucky girls, they are the ones you have to look out for. We have sugar and fire in our blood. We can ride a horse, be a d├ębutante, throw a left hook and tell you the entire UK line up all while making sweet tea. And if we have an opinion, you get to know it. We're both the pride and the downfall of the bluegrass...
-Ashley Judd