Monthly Archives: October 2010

The Homestead

Yes, it was old, stunningly beautiful and nice in the way only old Southern resorts can be for someone raised in the South. Our room was lovely, clean and well appointed and we had a ground floor unit with a … Continue reading

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Blogette: The Man of LaMancha

Yes, you’ve probably heard this so much you’re ready to gag but my son is performing in The Man of LaMancha tonight at the Sandler Center in Virginia Beach. I’m so excited and proud that I can barely stand to … Continue reading

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Blogette: Anniversary

Yesterday was Mark’s and my 10th anniversary. We took my Dad’s Deusenberg and went out to supper. We had a lovely evening, made lovelier by the fact that this time the gas gauge was working and we didn’t run out … Continue reading

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Today I’m going to do a couple … maybe even a few short posts about happenings around Four Oaks. I shall call them Blog-ettes. We have a lot going on, my ADD is in high gear and I’m feeling guilty … Continue reading

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Blogette: The Homestead

(photo above from The Homestead’s website, here.) My husband spoils me. I like that. Soon we are taking a little trip to The Homestead in the mountains of Virginia. We will have a posh room, fine dining, skeet shooting, gorge … Continue reading

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Blogette: Not a Country Girl After All

For most of my life I thought that I was a country girl trapped in the suburbs near the fringes of Norfolk’s downtown and Virginia Beach’s tourist traps on Atlantic Avenue. I’ve always loved and ridden horses, gardened, read about … Continue reading

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