Articles by teresak

Susan Williams and Blueberry Crisp

From the moment Susan Williams and I met I knew I had found a new soul sister. Susan is a Nashville blogger and blogs at ThatSusanWilliams. Beneath her pretty picture on her [...]

My Nephew’s Wedding

My nephew got married this weekend. It was a lovely wedding and I am so happy for them! They were married on my grandfather’s farm (now owned by my brother). I’m sure [...]

The Colors That Made My Dad Who He Was

I don’t normally describe people in colors but it occurred to me that when I think of my father, certain colors come to mind. Because this Sunday is Father’s Day, I have [...]

The Blink of an Eye

By now everyone has heard about the 2 year old child who was attacked by an alligator at Disney World. There are several reasons why this hit me very hard and I [...]

Thanking Dads on Father’s Day

Disclaimer-This post was sponsored but the thoughts, opinions, emotions and memories are all entirely my own! #sponsored This handsome dad/dude is my husband, Bill. This August we will have been married 36 [...]

5 Words You Should Never Say To Your Grandchild

There are people who have a talent for sticking their foot in their mouth and then there are people who just don’t care what they say. Words are either gifts or weapons [...]

Dream Big, Princess

Disclaimer: I was partially compensated for my trip to Disney World but all opinions, thoughts, and memories are strictly my own! If you have never heard of Disney’s “Dream Big, Princess” campaign, [...]

Blueberries and a Poke Cake

We are blueberry farmers, (read about our farm by clicking here) and it’s picking season. That means everyone in my family is extremely busy, including me. I’m the delivery nana. I told [...]

William Shatner Giveaway

Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by American Greeting eCards and I have been compensated for this review. All thoughts, opinions and giggles at Mr. Shatner’s card are strictly my own! Don’t misunderstand, [...]

A Girl Named Connie – Book Review

Miss Connie was my 7th grade teacher. She was young, fun, energetic and pretty. She was everything I wanted to be when I grew up and I loved her dearly. When she [...]

If You Loved Finding Nemo, You Will Adore Finding Dory

Disclaimer: I was shown the first 30 minutes of the film at Disney Social Media Moms Celebration. They paid for my hotel and some of my meals. I had a great time [...]

What’s So Special About Your 32nd Birthday?

Today is my daughter’s 32nd birthday and she made the comment to me, “We don’t have to do anything for my birthday, Mom. There’s nothing special about 32.” WRONG. 32 is special. [...]

Being the Family Matriarch Isn’t All It’s Cracked Up To Be

Full Definition of matriarch :  a woman who rules or dominates a family, group, or state; specifically :  a mother who is head and ruler of her family and descendants When I [...]

Missing My Grandmother

This year, my grandmother is weighing on my mind. She died last summer so this is the first time in my life I didn’t get her a gift on Mother’s Day. It [...]

Disney World Mania

These are more photos from Disney World .  I’m still basking in the glow of pixie dust and fireworks! This was made at Animal Kingdom. These gals are definitely going places! This is [...]

Review of Alice Through the Looking Glass

Disclaimer: I was invited to Disney Social Media Moms Conference #DisneySMMC and we were shown the movie at no cost to us. The opinions here are strictly my own. I confess I [...]

7 Things About Getting Older That Don’t Suck

There’s a common misconception by younger generations that getting older sucks. I am not going to lie, there are some physical challenges but aging today isn’t like it was 50 to 100 [...]

5 Things I Had Forgotten About Disney World

When my mother was diagnosed with terminal colon cancer the one thing she insisted on doing was taking her grandchildren to Disney World. Because she was so ill it was a bitter sweet vacation. [...]

Mother’s Day at Disney

I only have a few hundred pictures to share with you from our weekend trip to Disney Social Media Moms Conference (#DisneySMMC) but I’m not going to hit you with them ALL [...]

What a Baby’s Firsts Can Teach Us

By Rebecca Faye Smith Galli A year ago my grandbaby, Blakely Faye, was the size of the papaya, still warmly tucked in her mother’s womb. Today she had the most unusual breakfast [...]