Mom’s Move

A year and a half in the making finally comes to a happy ending.

My mom, otherwise known as Phyllis, has been in the process of moving her entire life and worldly possessions to Augusta. The journey is now complete.

Welcome home, Mom.


A Little Thacker is Here!

More to come, but Lisa and Maverick just had their baby!
Preston Thacker
Would someone please use the comment section of the post to tell the:
of his birth?
As far as I know, mom, daddy, and baby are doing well.

Granny-Barb says:
February 26, 2009 at 9:56 am (Edit)

Baby name- Preston Thacker….Length 19 1/2 inches…weight 8 Lbs 10 Oz….Time Feb. 24, 2009, 9:34 AM….All are doing well, and should be going home today. Thursday, Feb. 26,2009. Love to All, Granny Barbara

On the Road with Thelma & Louise

babybootsI scurried out to the mailbox a few weeks ago and found a familiar site. An envelope addressed to Amber and Myself with no return address on the front. There was an address on the back and that can mean only a couple of things. Somebody’s getting married or having a baby.

Within the last 10 years, Amber and I have been invited to attend and be apart of over 30 – 40 weddings. In our wedding alone there were 23 people in the wedding party and that is all we could fit in the ceremony. The Lord had blessed us with a lot of friends and we had a great time at all of the weddings.

When you have that many weddings in that amount of time, a pipeline of baby announcements is sure to ensue and they have. We have seen more than our fair share of save the dates for baby showers and birth announcements. So when we got one on that cold January day it was no different…until I opened that invitation.

This one was for a baby shower for my cousin Lisa. She was recently married to her long time beau, Maverick Thacker and they are now expecting. We were ecstatic about going down to Valdosta for the shower. My cousin Rodney, who is more like a brother to me, and his wife Julie are the party hosts. Now that made us even happier because we have been dying to see the home they just finished building and moved into.

Waiting for the trip down was like waiting for the last day of school as a kid. We just couldn’t Continue reading On the Road with Thelma & Louise