Monthly Archives February 2019

The Power of the Positive Possum Vest

While I was remembering my mother, I stumbled across a favorite symbol of her sense of humor and wisdom…enjoy! Rummaging through the few saved garments belonging to my mother, my hand rested on the texture of both leather and fur. Ah, yes— it was Momma’s infamous, iconic possum vest. We affectionately named the critter garment, “THE O.” Continue Reading

Proverbs 31 Woman Renovated (3 of 3)

Don’t miss Part 1 and Part 2 of this series! This blog is an excerpt from my book, Rhinestones On My Flip-Flops. Verse 28: “Her children arise up, and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praiseth her.” Her children call her blessed even if she blesses them out. Her children and husband praise her because of her gentle reminders. “This is a good meal…y’all say something nice,” or “don’t I look good in this outfit?”   Continue Reading

Proverbs 31 Woman Renovated (2 of 3)

Don’t miss Part one of this series! Plus don’t forget that this blog is pulled directly from my book, Rhinestones On My Flip-Flops. If you enjoyed this blog you will love my book! Verse 16: “She considereth a field, and buyeth it: with the fruit of her hands she planteth a vineyard.” She may even shop around for her dream house. She has a glass of Chardonnay at times from her vineyard of various wines. Continue Reading

Are you a Member of the TA-TA Weenie Club?

I hope you are. It means that you are brave, fearless and extremely courageous according to Bill Torrey the author of the book, The Ta Ta Weenie Club. To quote one of Bill’s expressions, hearing his childhood stories will make you “as happy as a dog with two tails.” I asked Bill to explain the definition of a Ta-Ta Weenie; the following is his response. “Ta Ta Weenie was an honor because it meant you were in The Club, though we called just about everybody a Ta Ta Weenie because it was fun to do. If somebody didn’t know what we Continue Reading