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This is how you do it… November 20, 2011

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My charming boyfriend could give some men a lesson or two in romance. I’m so lucky he’s mine…
He teased me with a surprise outing for a week, only giving me small clues… Then, I awoke on Saturday morning to be told to meet him at Elliston Soda Shop for breakfast.


Then, after breakfast and a dozen roses, he walked me over to the salon & spa across the street, where he had arranged for me to be treated to a manicure, pedicure, facial and massage. I was blown away.
There was no special occasion, he did this “just because”.

Man oh man, I knew I loved him, but to be treated to a day like this was so sweet!!!

I’ve been all smiles…


Halloween skate night October 30, 2011

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Fun night at Brentwood Skate Center!


Fourth Of July Fun in Nolensville… July 5, 2011

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After some deliberation and the realization that downtown Nashville might be a little overwhelming of an undertaking for this single mom with four kids, not to mention just a really long night (thinking about the traffic OUT of the area) and too many people drinking and potentially driving, I opted for a more “country” setting for our fireworks festivities.

The town of Nolensville, TN had a family friendly event planned with free rock climbing walls, inflatable bounce houses, face painting, a watermelon eating contest, and a stage with live entertainment throughout the evening. We all ate dinner then headed over to the park. I brought a blanket and laid it on the ground to hold our space, then enjoyed walking around and even got my own face painted with a firework design. The kids got free balloons and the chance to run around in a park filled with families and played with other children. When it started getting dark, we all headed back to the blanket to watch the fireworks.

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All in all, it was a really enjoyable 4th of July. We were home and we were all tucked in by 11:30pm. Thanks to the town of Nolensville for putting on such a delightful event and to the firemen and police officers who were all on hand to help with crowd/parking and getting us all out on our way home efficiently. They also had the firetruck and ambulance tours for the kids. We had a wonderful evening. Thanks again, Nolensville.


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