Thursday, May 9, 2013

This 'n That Thursday

Listen up!
  • Nashville and Franklin are in the top of the job market nationally.
  • Tennessee was just named the number one retirement destination.
  • Did you know I sell real estate in Tennessee?  In Franklin and Nashville?
  • I cannot believe that my babies are graduating from college next weekend.
  • I had my 35th high school reunion last weekend.  It was wonderful.
  • Did you know Amy Grant was in my high school class?  We had an evening at her home.
  • I get to hear Stephen Colbert speak at UVA.  I'm way excited.
  • Whatever happened to grape Nehi?
  • Today is an eclipse of the new moon.  It is a time for new beginnings.
  • Did I tell you I sell real estate?
  • I can't decide whether or not to go see "The Great Gatsby."  
  • I am obsessed with my juicer.
  • I have an urge to smell a baby's head lately.
  • I think the book is always better than the movie.
  • I bought cilantro instead of parsley the other day.  I thought I was gonna die of the smell.
  • My favorite juice is kale, chard, parsley, cucumber, celery, lemon.
  • I think cilantro is the scourge of the earth.
  • Can you believe my babies are graduating from college?
What's going on in your world?


LL Cool Joe said...

I can't believe your babies are graduating either! So what are they both doing next?

Daryl said...

I am laughing, you read only non fiction, so how many movies based on non fiction books have you seen? okay.

i cant believe your babies are graduating ... doz widdle kidlets who dont like us talking baby talk ... all growed up

i love fresh juice but that combo is WAY too green for me ... you know how you feel about cilantro? thats how i feel about cucumber smell/taste in juice ...

i miss you when you dont post

Pix Under the Oaks said...

Franklin is a pretty cool place to call home I think!
You might have mentioned your babies were graduating. On the same day. In different places!! Yikes!

I Am Woody said...

There is a wheat field behind our hotel. I would like to walk through it.

For the last several days, we have been in a weather pattern for pop-up thunderstorms. I am weirdly excited about the thought of seeing a tornado. A really, really far away tornado.

abb said...

Cilantro is the grossest grossest grossest food stuff EVER! (BTW - if you spell something three times, it becomes an official word.)

Keetha said...

I do not like cilantro, either, not even a little bit.

I can't you've never name-dropped Amy Grant! So tell me: Was Vince Gill at home?

It doesn't seem possible that those two kids are finished with college already!

deason said...

Do you sell real estate? Anonymous seems like an interesting guy.

Sally said...

I can't believe you're old enough to
have babies graduating from university.

Have never had cilantro, looks like I haven't missed a thing. Is it kind of like mary wanner?

When I run away from home; I'm moving to Franklin or somewhere away from here.

I need to rebuild my credit though before you can sell me a house. That might happen around 2022 when I'm 80. :)

You're going to have a wonderful time at the gradutions!


Sally said...

I'm whispering to you "what r gradutions?" :)

Unknown said...

You and I are the same age...
Babies grow up way too fast...
We have grape nehi in Charlotte, it you are passing thru on the way to the beach this me for the secret location....smiles

Unknown said...

Oh alright, I can't hold out any longer.....actually, this store left Charlotte....but you can find it here...

Chesapeake Bay Woman said...

I. LOVE. CILANTRO. Seriously, I could eat it nonstop and have some growing in my back yard.

Having just visited your neck of the woods I can honestly say that if I didn't have kids and family obligations keeping me here? I'd move to Franklin in a heartbeat, no questions asked. Baby Sis would too.

We need to plan another visit. Soon.


Ellen said...

Congrats on your babies graduating. It's a wonderful feeling to know that they have made it. Enjoy graduation, even though you can only make one.

I think we need a weekend in Nashville - you, Annie, Nurse Nancy and I. I've never been there.

Hilary said...

I gagged at just seeing the word cilantro. That stuff is vile.. but only to a small part of the populations. To everyone else, it's just a fresh herb. To me, it's burnt plastic.

Debbie said...

I can't believe it!!

I'm so excited that you are so dang happy! Can hear it in your "voice"!

Can you believe I love it??

Wow...Amy Grant. I like her.

Can you believe my son just went to Washington on the spur of the moment and didn't tell me? I'm getting a tour by iPhone and I have to guess where he is. If I guess correctly he texts "Ding Ding Ding" I love the boy.

And you!!

Grandmother Mary said...

Graduating from college - didn't they just start? Congrats to all involved. And good to be selling real estate in a most desirable market!