Yearly Archives: 2016

2016 was a big year.  There wasn’t one specific thing that stands out, but a lot of little things.  We celebrated our first year in our new house and our second wedding anniversary, we both had good years at work, #FrankDawg continues to dominate, and the blog continues to see growth. As the year comes…

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And then there were four (for now).  Since the playoff system in college football was implemented, it’s fair to say that it has worked.  It feels much more fair, and now there is a no-hold barred approach to winning from all four teams.  Does it dilute the other bowls?  Sure.  But that’s a product of…

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With New Year’s Eve just around the corner, it’s fair to say that most of us have something on the calendar.  For those that haven’t made plans, no need to panic, there are some pretty good college football games on TV.  I’m thinking that a nice (and unhungover) hike up the mountain on new year’s…

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Merry Christmas, folks.  I hope Santa is good to everyone.

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99% of Christmas advertisements don’t apply to this geographic region.  That’s fine. I don’t like calling anything ‘southern’ unless it’s describing a specific region on a map.  However, as with just about everything, the South likes to do things our way.  There are some things about Christmas in the South that we call our own….

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I was asked by a reader: ‘what’s on your Christmas list?’.  You know, that’s a good question.  We talk about all sorts of good stuff here on the blog, but most of it is fashion-based.  While this is fine, I’ve found that it’s rare I ask for clothes for Christmas (or my birthday).  There is…

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Atlanta folks: The one and only Steve Penley will be signing his book ‘Ronald Reagan and the American Ideal’ at Onward Reserve at Ponce City Market.  This is a great opportunity to procure a great gift for a hostess, a last minute gift for a loved one, or something to adorn your bookshelf.  He’ll be…

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