Magnolias & Mimosas

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Easy, Breezy, Beautiful...

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On the Fifth Day of Christmas

[...] ...my bestie gave to me, a Rockefeller Center Christmas tree. Or...at least a good look at it in both the day and night time. We were [...]

On the 3rd Day of Christmas

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On the 4th Day of Christmas

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Champagne Friday: The Holiday Hangover

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On the 3rd Day of Christmas

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Champagne Friday: the Need for Speed

[...] off. At 5:40, they motioned for Neal to hop in a car for his drive. Can I just say that Mama Virgo and I both approve of Neal getting the Coors Light car to drive? We will totally drink to [...]

That is so pinteresting...

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Easy, Breezy, Beautiful...

[...] will you keep it shaved? And so on and so forth. Blue napped a whopping 30 minutes and Mama Virgo arrived an hour ahead of schedule. Neal was trying to write a paper and I still hadn't [...]

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On the First Day of Christmas

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It Takes a Village

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On the 3rd Day of Christmas

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2 @ the Zoo

[...] rescue, we decided the facility that would best be able to accommodate our event was the Louisville Zoo. Surely they do birthday parties, right? Right? No. Not exactly. Or, Neal's favorite answer [...]

It Takes Two

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Champagne Friday: A Toast to Small Business (featuring Beth's Wild Side)

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Bridge Over Rushing Water

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Dear Neal, I'm Shaving My Head

[...] many posts over the next 4 weeks about St. Baldrick's Foundation and their mission to cure pediatric cancer, one head shave at a time. I first learned of St. Baldrick's as Neal, Blue and I were pacing [...]

Easy, Breezy, Beautiful...

[...] to handmade goods to a Coach purse. That little auction raised over $1200! Raised $5570 for pediatric cancer research. Five thousand, five hundred and seventy dollars. That's more than 2 of our cars [...]

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I've Been Called Worse

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