This morning, Elle and I had the opportunity to meet the author of this precious book and the sweet little girl who inspired it! We got our books signed by both Molly and Emma at a book signing in Moundville. In the story, Emma is a young girl who loves a bedtime story about a … Continue reading Special Shoes
While still on the subject of my hometown of Brundidge, Alabama, I wanted to share a recipe that I recently made from Volume 3 of the "Brundidge Bites" Cookbook sponsored by the Brundidge Study Club. The recipe comes from the Peanut Butter Recipe Contest of 2004 - a contest that is held each year during … Continue reading Reese’s Cup Cake from "Brundidge Bites"
My parents moved to Brundidge in 1956, 4 years before I was born. I have lived in Tuscaloosa longer than I lived in Brundidge but Brundidge will always be my hometown!On our way to the beach this year, we stayed overnight with my Mom in Brundidge - it just happened to be the day of … Continue reading Brundidge Banter
If you need a quick and easy breakfast recipe, this is a good one! This recipe was shared with me many years ago by my sweet friend, the late Myra Foreman. I had completely forgotten about it until I ran across it in my "tried and true" recipe box. I made it this morning for breakfast … Continue reading What’s for Breakfast? Easy Drop Danish
In Memory of Andy GriffithJune 1, 1926 - July 3, 2012When I think of the Andy Griffith show, which is on our TV, at least, once a day, I think of Andy and Opie and their father-son relationship. I thought this picture depicted my image of Andy Griffith - there a father spending time with his … Continue reading In Memory of Andy Griffith – A Fun Night in "Mayberry"