|Start 'em young|
|Getting chicken out of the smoker|
|Dad and Corey installing our wood stove|
My experience living in this small southern community: Church parking lots packed on Sundays. Men break their backs working hard for their families and women are the glue that hold it all together. It's okay to tell the neighbors you'll be out of town for the weekend, as a matter of fact, tell our neighbors we are out for the weekend so they can watch the house. I have had the same best friend since kindergarten and our kids have regular play dates. When driving around you'll notice that you will get a wave or head nod from almost everyone. The bag boys at our grocery store carry out the groceries and neatly pack them away in your car. We grow our own vegetables and what we don't eat we can away for the winter. Our freezer is stocked with locally grown and locally butchered meat. It's a down home, swinging screen door, sweet tea kind of feeling that you can easily take for granted having lived it your whole life.
|Playing in leaves with Daddy|
|Four wheeling baby|