CS Lewis Doodles

For those of you embarking on a spiritual journey for Lent, I want to suggest a delightful YouTube channel you might enjoy, particularly if you appreciate the w...

Signs of Life Day Thirteen

When social media went downhill last year and finally tanked the day after the election, I took a break (like many others) and revised the way I used it. What w...

Signs of Life Day Eight

Hello, beauties! Today I stumbled upon something inspiring and I want to share it with you. I’d never heard of Verily Magazine before, so when I clicked a...

Phteven, your Friday Funny

I just finished reading a crime novel for my genre class, so I decided to flip through Pinterest to get my mind off dismemberment and butchery. I have no idea w...

My very own portrait

Y’all, this is awesome. A couple of months ago I entertained the idea of getting my portrait painted by an old friend/artist in Chattanooga. He was gather...

Meeting Liz Gilbert

I know I said my presence online would be minimum this month, but y’all, let me tell you. This blog post is worth it. It was Girls Weekend, so Lesli, Susa...

Inspire me.

We all know how addictive Pinterest can be. Good gracious, I could waste a day clicking links, searching, reading, re-pinning. I force myself to take substantia...

Mike Isabella’s Graffiato

When you care about food as deeply as we do, deciding what restaurant to patron is a well thought out plan on Girls Weekend. It’s even more important when...

Take Me There

This video is old news for all the Chattanooga people, but not for the rest of you. WOW. It’s so well done! There is something to be said for quality. At ...

A Writer’s Quill

A few weeks ago I attended an auction to raise money for Autism and the prizes were all monetary gifts on tattoo work. Happily, I won a $200 certificate to a lo...

I’d drink tea for this.

I don’t drink tea, hot or cold, which I fully understand is wrong and offensive since I was born and raised in the South. But I’d totally choke down...

DIY Toys – Thanks, Joel!

Made by Joel is a fabulous online resource for easy, do-it-yourself toys that require minimal supplies and a ton of imagination on the part of your child. Most ...

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