Grandparents. Gotta love ‘em.

20Jun2008 Filed under: blah-blah-blog

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Eli is spending ten days in Florida with my parents. Mom called me from the grocery store, wondering what kind of yogurt to buy for Eli. She commented that he hadn’t drank any of the milk she bought for him.

“What, he hasn’t been eating cereal?” I couldn’t believe that…he loves the stuff!

Mom sounded guilty as she laughed. “Well, on our first morning here, there wasn’t any milk in the house. So Eli came up with a new concoction and he loves it. He’s eaten it every morning!”


In a Dry and Thirsty Land

18Jun2008 Filed under: blah-blah-blog

Don’t ya hate it when you have something for dinner that was loaded with hidden sodium, but you didn’t realize it at the time, so you find yourself chugging water hours afterward, and it makes you so bloated and waterlogged that you can’t slosh off to bed even though you really want to?

I hate it when that happens.

I’m prone to morning eye puffiness anyway, but after a night like tonight, I wake up looking like this:

Kari Apted…IS….Magoo!

Well, with more hair…

And now, a major GDA

17Jun2008 Filed under: blah-blah-blog

GDA: Good Deal Alert!!!

Ok, now that I’ve emptied my brain of deep thoughts, let’s talk about that girliest of pleasures: MAKEUP!

Y’all know I am ALL about finding deals! Well, they don’t get much better than this one passed along by my dear sister, Cherie.


Where’s the shame?

17Jun2008 Filed under: blah-blah-blog

Maybe one day I’ll get used to all the ins and outs of making this blog look cool. So far, I have to rely on Donnie for everything because I am THAT pathetically technologically challenged. But, look! My dear darling hubby came through for me again and posted (in moments, mind you) the picture I struggled to post for, oh, half an hour or so last night. You ladies can keep your football jocks and stud muffins…I’ll take my sweet computer geek over them any day!


I’m starting a Blog!

15Jun2008 Filed under: blah-blah-blog

These photos were taken on Sunday, June 1, at the Scott family reunion atop Sand Mountain, Alabama. Never heard of Sand Mountain? Not many people have. It is quiet, peaceful farm country, and the family cemetery is located beside the church that was built on land my great-grandfather donated to the community.