My very first outlet shopping experience was back in the 1980's when we drove from my hometown of Kilgore,Texas to Dallas to find my sister Lynn and me our high school beauty pageant dresses. My daddy … [Read More...]
I did something a few weeks ago that I have never done before.....um, no, I didn't clean my oven.
Why in the world would I ever do such a thing?
I rode an Amtrak train!
Or make that, we rode … [Read More...]
There is nothing more I love than going out to eat for a celebration. You don't have to cook and someone else does the dishes. And you can usually get some ideas for recipes to try at home, or make … [Read More...]
Ever since I went through all the pictures for my son's 8th grade graduation ceremony, I've been filled with such melancholy.
I will never forget when I took my son out in public by myself for the very first time.
He was about two weeks old and I ventured out to the mall. I took him to the … [Read More...]
Sassy Update: I was honored to have this blog post featured on the cover of a national parenting magazine in the October 2013 edition. I am beyond blessed to know these two amazing families and share their story. ~Laura Nivin aka Sassy
This picture has been circulating around the … [Read More...]
Our Sassy Mom models are back and this edition features my friends that are all mothers of twins who just so happen to all be over forty and fabulous!
We were finally able to find time to meet and pick out clothes to model and take pictures for Livin' … [Read More...]
I was born with naturally curly hair. I used to hate it when I was growing up. I finally appreciated it by the time I reached high school.
I was looking through some old photos while I was cleaning out my guest bedroom closet. I could almost give you the exact date simply by seeing my hair style … [Read More...]
I took a trip down the “Long and Winding Road” near my hometown in East Texas this past weekend. I haven't been down this road in a very long time. It is about 3 miles long and full of twists and curves. Not only is it scenic but is also somewhat secluded as … [Read More...]