Month: January 2008

Gummibunny Gets A Plug

WSAV did a story in advance of the BlogSavannah UnConference last week, and little ol’ Gummibunny got a mention! If you click to watch the video, screen shots of the blog are in the story, complete with pics… Read More


My little baby is turning into a little girly-girl. How did this happen? Until recently, we’ve struggled to keep a bow in her ever-longer hair, which instead fell into her eyes like a little blond sheepdog. She didn’t… Read More


The mommy blogging session of the BlogSavannah UnConference was very interesting. While all the women in the room shared two things in common – we have kids, and we write about parenting – there were also a lot… Read More

This Blogging Thing…

I’ve been blogging for more than 5 years now, and until recently, hadn’t really thought too much about its role in my life. I never took it very seriously in the beginning – it was just a fun… Read More

A Toy Storage Solution Even the Adults Like

Now that Lee has his own office space downtown, we’ve transformed the portion of our living room that used to house his home office into a playroom for Camille – and I love it! The setup is nice… Read More

Letter to Camille: Eighteen Months

Hello sweet bear and Happy 18-month birthday! You are a year and a half old today. It’s hard for me to believe that you are as close to 2 as you are to 1. But you’re still my… Read More


That’s what our potential buyers said today. Changed their minds. Backed out. Even before the inspection. They drove by when they got into town and the church across the street was having a function. Too many cars for… Read More

Just a Tad Overwhelmed

My mind is racing, and can’t seem to focus on any one thought for long. I’m a bundle of nerves (and if you asked Lee, I bet he’d say I was cranky). It’s a good stress, but it’s… Read More

Still Waiting

The good news: we got an offer on our house. The bad news: it was pretty low, so we submitted a counter-offer yesterday morning, and they had until 2 p.m. today to respond. Meanwhile, Lee and I started… Read More

Leaving it Up to St. Joseph

I’m not Catholic, but I hope the Saints won’t hold it against me. Several months ago, my friend Karen told me about the St. Joseph statue tradition. Apparently, some people believe if you bury a statue of St…. Read More