Everyone has been so supportive of my humor book, "Not Quite Right: Mostly True Tales of a Weird News Reporter" and, as I reported earlier, I received a wonderful Kirkus Review last month that read, in part: "Fans of Fannie Flagg should be overjoyed to discover the rustic, lighthearted musings of this Southern writer, who… Continue reading ‘Not Quite Right’ has ‘great honor’ of being featured in Kirkus magazine
In about 2004, Baby Girl and I went to look for some strange roadside folk art in Palmyra, Tennessee, about an hour’s drive northwest of Nashville. I’d read about the eccentric artist, Enoch Tanner Wickham, who built concrete figures and placed them in a park on his property. At the time, 34 years after Wickam’s… Continue reading E.T. Wickham’s wacky roadside folk art in Palmyra, TN
Help, y’all. It seems I made a rookie mistake by welcoming the small (3 foot) Bigfoot statue into our garden. Sweetums so thoughtfully bought the statue so we could officially have a Bigfoot at our wedding. (I’ll wait while you all say, “Awwwww.”) He also realized being a part of the wedding meant it now… Continue reading I found the yard art line and I dare Sweetums to cross it
I'd guess about 90 percent of women do this. Do you?