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America’s Pastime

I had a hectic Friday. Daddy was out of town and I had meetings lasting so late I had to have Bec Bec pick you up from school. I rushed from work to meet you, rushed you across town to baseball practice, changed your clothes in the car, (made a mental note to bring my […]

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The Sausage Making Process

Confession time: I’ve never made actual sausage. But one of my coworkers at the agency is a member of the Krizman family (of Krizman’s House of Sausage fame), and I trust that he knows a thing or two about it. He’s been known to describe the creative process at work as “sausage making”. Meaning, the […]

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The Hogeye Tradition

My love/hate relationship with the Hogeye Marathon continues. We go way back, me and the Hogeye. Well, not WAY back, but far enough. The Hogeye gave me a nothing-if-not-memorable first marathon experience in 2012, rounded out Half-a-palooza in 2013, and 2014 came on the heels of Angry Feet. Where everybody knows your name This was […]

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While You Were Away, Part: You!

Sure, sure – we missed our little rascal, but you were off having adventures in the Lone Star State! I fear we may have set the bar high with this first Spring Break — you’ve been back for almost a week and can’t stop talking about it. Not only am I grateful to have your […]

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While You Were Away, Part: Us

While you were away, we drove home from Dallas that Saturday with an empty backseat. We had snapped your carseat into Papaw’s truck before waving goodbye in the parking lot of the restaurant you now love because your twisted-sense-of-humor grandparents taught you to call it “WOW! WHAT a BUR-ger!” On our way back home to […]

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