how to “winter up” after the thrill is gone

After some rainy December days and some beautiful 70 degree January weekends, we’re finally experiencing some truly cold weather here in Tennessee. I have yet to see any snow hit the ground, but that doesn’t discount the frigidity of the winds this morning and the frozen water in the goat trough. When I got in…

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stuck on the chattahoochie: learning to let go when there’s no other way

  When it comes to life on the water, I’m down with the idea of it. I mean, I understand the appeal. But the reality of it is something that I struggle with on a continuous basis. Swimming through it, jumping into it, submerging myself under it…I don’t like the way my hair feels after, I…

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T minus … Nada?

Well, folks. The day has finally come. If you’d have told me a year ago today that I’d be moving out to the country and packing up all my stuff in a horse trailer….wait. hold up. Seriously, where would any of us have even come up with that scenario?? We wouldn’t have, not in our…

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behind ‘Wineoirs’

I understand that most of you have no idea what I’m talking about when I say this. But: Wineoirs are my story. There’s no real rhyme or reason to them aside from the fact that I love memoirs, I’ve always wanted a reason to write one, and wine is currently my alcoholic beverage of choice.…

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