Make sure to read a quick post script after the main post here about Auburn University. Just my thoughts.
Last week I found some cute vintage Christmas items at an antique store in a neighboring town.
I found this adorable tiny Santa mug.
Ya’ll know how much I love cherubs and angels. This one is so cute.
How long has it been since Belk had hand written price tags???
A little flexible doll
Two strands of vintage garland
I love the tiny mercury glass beads
The guy told me he threw in some extra things.
When I got home I had a bag full of loose red and gold mini balls –
So, I decided to do a project.
Using a strong 4 ply thread, I strung them all together and tied them off.
It would have been a cute wreath, but it wasn’t really big enough.
I ended up using it on this lamp and it looks pretty festive for a free, 15 minute project.
Alex painted this crackled Old World Santa a couple of years ago.
He looks good behind the lamp.
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I Believe in The Auburn Tigers
Just in case some of you don’t keep up with college football – yeah right…on Saturday afternoon, our Auburn Tigers won the SEC Championship in Atlanta. Next stop - Glendale, AZ for the National Championship. Can I hear a “WAR EAGLE” ???
G-Man graduated from Auburn in 1976, Alex graduated in 2007, and Caroline is currently a senior!!! I changed out of my red and white when G-Man and I got serious and went to my first Auburn game with him. I have worn the orange and blue colors proudly ever since.
Now, just a quick word about Auburn and the Cam Newton drama that has been all over the media. I think a lot of people wanted to believe all of it because they didn’t like that we were doing well. Ignorance and jealously played a huge role in the scandalous things that were being said and written.
Here at Blue Creek Home, we didn’t believe it for a minute. And last Wednesday, the NCAA agreed with us.
This is the reason that I believed in them through it all. Our family was eating at a restaurant in Auburn about a year ago. We were in a booth with a high back, so you couldn’t see your dining neighbor. I could hear the man sitting directly behind me talking. I could tell he was talking about God and his beliefs. I remember vividly how refreshing it was to hear someone talking about his relationship with our Heavenly Father during his lunch hour. They finished before us, and as they left, I saw that it was Coach Chizik who had been sitting back to back with me and witnessing without knowing anyone else was listening. I truly believe that our Auburn Tigers’ head coach is a Godly man who would never do anything unethical.
Thanks for listening, and for a heart warming post from a friend who loves Auburn even more than I do, visit Linda @ Coastal Charm. She has a beautiful tribute and some personal thoughts on this matter. We thought it was time to stand up for this team and their leaders.
Rhonda…a very proud Auburn Tiger fan!!!!!