Category Archives: history

Veterans Day

Veterans Day has always held a very special place in my heart – in fact, its a holiday that I usually find myself in tears at least once during – what can I say I’m a sucker for patriotic songs, the American Flag and a man in uniform. I grew up in a family full […]

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{Seascape} Lydia Ann Lighthouse, Port Aransas, TX

It’s not often that I take photos just for fun – really.  You can confirm this by looking at our photo albums.  While we were on The Great Hair Tour of Texas this past spring, we spent some time on the coast.  It was still too cold to swim or even enjoy our time at […]

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The Bluewater

The Bluewater O’er the glad water of the dark blue sea, our thoughts are boundless, and our souls are free… Lord Byron If you know us, this may not come as a big surprise – when I met Cash, he didn’t talk much. He still doesn’t – he is, a man of few words.   […]

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Katherine Mary Burns a.k.a “Gram”

I’ve posted about my Gram before.  I have such wonderful memories of spending time with her when I was younger.  Her house was always warm and inviting and smelled of a mixture of oatmeal cookies and Coast to Coast soap.  I remember the big round speckled table that sat in her kitchen (it was usually […]

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Family Ties

This past weekend, I packed up my little family and headed home (to Indiana). We had a lovely flight – Wildhairboy was ecstatic for his first trip in First Class – even attempted to read USA Today like the rest of the passengers). This was a very special trip, it was also one filled with […]

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