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Yesterday, the weather was beautiful. There was an unusual breeze…for some reason; it reminded me of being in the mountains. A good friend of mine mentioned that we should go check out the levee. I was a little resistant at first because I figured that they did not want people near the levee due ...
05/15/2011
Flooding in Baton Rouge With the sun shining and not a cloud in the sky, it’s hard to imagine that Louisiana has just been declared a “state of emergency”. As I listen to the birds chirp, I can’t help but wonder what kind of trouble is brewing at the Morganza Spillway. Louisiana has been declared...
05/14/2011
Four years ago, I was wobbling around from place to place with a bambino in my belly. I must admit that I was a nervous wreck almost the entire pregnancy. Are most mothers like that? All of a sudden, I became fearful of things pertaining to giving birth all the way up to college graduation. How i...
05/14/2011
The weather has been so beautiful in Baton Rouge. I have taken advantage of this by playing in the dirt and pretending to have a green thumb. There’s something therapeutic about digging holes and planting flowers…now, if I could only figure out how to keep them vibrant. Coop always gets excited ...
05/12/2011
  If you are "relocating to Baton Rouge", making a plan and sticking to a budget can make things easier. Even though moving can create headaches, I’ve always enjoyed moving because it’s almost like a rebirth. Okay, maybe not really but I love getting the chance to go through items especially when...
05/12/2011
Are you relocating to Baton Rouge? Most people who are relocating consider it to be a massive headache. Personally, I think moving is fun just as long as it goes over smooth. I have moved a handful of times throughout the years and while the majority of my moves were easy there were two that were...
05/11/2011
They say we should eat our fruits and veggies and their probably right. While it’s not mandatory to eat fresh picked vegetables and fruit, sometimes it’s just taste better that way. If you live in the Denham Springs area and are looking for fresh picked goodies, then you need to visit the Denham ...
05/10/2011
When you are relocating to Baton Rouge, there is something you must have and that you cannot do without. Well, you can do without but it’s going to be a humdinger. Boxes! Boxes are mandatory when it comes to relocating to the Baton Rouge area or any other area, for that matter. It’s easy to forge...
05/09/2011
Summer camp is just around the corner so I think it’s a perfect time to talk about a fun, summer camp that has been specifically created for children with disabilities.  In Sibley, Louisiana (between Monroe and Ruston) sits a 33-acre acclaimed wooded paradise called Camp Alabama. Throughout each ...
05/07/2011
Once a month, I have paramedics on stand-by. “It’s the biggest one yet, Elizabeth…I’m coming to join you.”   It could possibly be the biggest one yet! Yes, the electricity bill. As the bill steadily increases, my blood pressure follows and one of these days, I might just have to dial 9-1-1 due t...
05/07/2011
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