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Right Now…

First, yes it’s been a long time since an update. That is changing right now. Time to get focused! Lots has happened since my last post. Like a whole lot, and I’ll get in to that at some point but … Continue reading

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Business & Fitness Retreat 2015

#BusinessFitnessRetreat2015 This is the time of year that Anne and I start gearing up for the “Fall Rush.” When Anne was in the cattle industry, she used to get swamped in the fall, they always called it the “Fall Run” … Continue reading

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30 Days of Happiness

Hey! Hey! Hey! It’s the first week of June and its 58 degrees today in the Bluegrass. I have on a sweater. June+Sweater=Not.A.Happy.Camper! Where is the HEAT?! Bring it on! I’m ready for ya! Anne and I concluded a 30 … Continue reading

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Me and My Fan

  When I was a little girl, Anne and I would lay blankets down on the floor in our bedroom and lay in front of a box fan. I could nap forever with my face in front of a fan. … Continue reading

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Books and Being

It is Friday. I love a good Friday! I love the expectations of a wonderful weekend and most of the time I love having NOTHING planned for my upcoming weekends. I adore to be busy and I find that 9 … Continue reading

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That Driveway

When I was a kid I spent a lot of time at my grandparents farm. Actually, through out my entire childhood it was really my home. It was the one place that never changed. My father built a house, my … Continue reading

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The Twins!

Welcome to The Southern Twins! We are so glad you are here. Anne and I grew up in a southern family where tradition runs deep. As little girls we were lucky to grow up on a pretty ¬†farm in Kentucky … Continue reading

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