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I am so excited about our upcoming trip to see Corteo, one of the best-loved Cirque Du Soleil productions. You may remember that a while ago my family and I attended their production of Crystal, if you don't you can read my review here. I was in awe of the performers and the fact that they could perform their aerobatic stunts on skates was mind-blowing. I can honestly say that both my girls and my husband were impressed with the performance.
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This year in keeping with the word for the year “Flourish” I am doing things I normally wouldn’t do because hello Mrs. Anxiety – like driving to Fayetteville on a busy interstate, to attending conferences and seminars. Not only am I doing this to aid in my flourishing, but I am also inviting friends along for the ride when I have plus one. Tuesday night fit both of those bills.
I have long been a fan of The Flourish Market, not only am I honored to be their first ever customer but Read more [...]
We all love having fun. Although we probably don’t consider the same activities fun that we did when we were kids enjoying blowing bubbles or watching cartoons, fun is still a necessary part of our lives. Laughter and relaxation are both vital to living a rich life, and we should be getting both through myriad adventures with friends and family. If you work too hard, worry too much, or stay at home too often, you could probably use a healthy dose of fun. If you need to get out and start living, Read more [...]
Today I am honored to have Emily Odom from Odom Farming Company guest posting again. She has guest posted in the past and today she is going to tell you about what her farm along with Farm Bureau are opening the eyes of young children about agriculture with their We Dig It Ag Day.
When we started our farm, education really wasn’t our goal. It Giving Back We Dig It Ag Day wasn’t because we didn’t think it was a good goal to have or we weren’t interested in it, we were unprepared Read more [...]
This past Saturday was my first day working at Odom Farming for the Fall season. Not only did the day start out with a bang, I stepped on a mound of fire ants. Yep, I am currently writing this as a way to distract myself from scratching the bites. But other than that I was excited to introduce all of my friends at Carolina Blogging to the fun fall activities that the farm has to offer.
Before I get into the activities, let me share a little background into the relationship I Read more [...]
This post was made in conjunction with Healing Transitions and their thrift store, Recovered Treasures.
On the way to the open house that I attended with my middle daughter at her college, we stopped at a place that would make an impact on my outlook as well on my life. As I have mentioned before, when I talk about my dad that he left a huge legacy of giving back. It was basically what his whole life stood for, from giving back and lending a helping hand to his brothers and sisters, to the Marines Read more [...]