Hello internet world! It’s good to share with you again. Yes, I still have my blog. I know it’s been three months since I’ve posted, but if you take a look back to my last post Inhale. Exhale., you can probably get a feel for why the blogs got put on hold. Good news … … More This one’s for the moms!
Before you continue reading any more into this post, I’d like to first instruct you to do something. It’s not hard. I’d like you to take a deep breath. Ready? One. Two. Three. Inhale. Exhale. Now, let’s begin. Anybody else out there burnt out? Lately, I have been feeling rather drained. You may have wondered … More Inhale. Exhale.
This post is dedicated to Kody. Happy Birthday. I love you! -Mars. Be selfish. It is not often that we hear this, but I believe there is a time to be selfish and a time to be selfless. It does not always have to be one or the other. So, when is a good time … More Be selfish.
How is your New Year’s resolution going? Still successful or already failed? Without stepping on anyone’s toes, let me offer a new perspective. Have you considered making a New Year’s resolution to not make a resolution? I know this sounds contradictory, but let me explain. I love a fresh start just as much as my … More Happy 9 days into the new year!
“I will honor Christmas in my heart and try to keep it all year.” –Charles Dickens I truly believe this heartfelt sentiment will mean many things for many people, so in the following post, I am going to try to express how these words have touched me. Three years in Athens have blessed me tremendously … More Shop With A Bulldawg
How much time do you spend thinking about your extended family? Furthermore, how much time do you spend in contact with them? If you have tight relationships with your Great Uncle Jimmy and your fourth cousin Betty, then that is awesome. However, I do not think this is the case for most of us. I … More Why I am especially thankful for my extended family
Priss, I would look over my shoulder. You never know who is there. Guess who is. Dad Forever I will have this etched on my left shoulder as a way of honoring my dad. My dad was sick for a long time. He was an alcoholic, and it was rough. It was rough to grow … More Guess Who Is
This weekend, a group of friends and I went to the Georgia vs. Florida football game. Many memories were made, but two instances from our Sunday drive home stood out to me the most. They reminded me specifically why I love the South. Sure I love the sweet tea, but more than a drink that … More Why I love the south
This post is dedicated to my dad. Thank you for teaching me to the love the game as much as you did! Xoxo, Priss Well Dad, it looks like I owe you $5. Just put it on my tab. I would give anything to have that conversation one more time. So, if you love football as … More Why I love the NFL more than I do college football
When someone asks, “How are you doing today?”, nine times out of 10, we respond, “Good.” Recently, I have been considering that response. Most of us have been a part of a conversation at some point about how people either answer this question without thought, or they do not answer this question honestly. We think … More The mountains, the valleys, and the times in between