Tice Family Blog

November 23, 2008

Hottie Tottie

Filed under: Uncategorized — ptice @ 9:58 pm

Don’t worry this is not a nasty term it is an Ole Miss reference, kinda like gig em’.  Ole Miss beat LSU yesterday and it was fun to watch.  We are in Brandon, Mississippi spending time with Daniel’s family over the holidays and couldn’t be happier.  We are stuffing ourselves full of homemade southern food like fried pork chops, butter beans, homemade macaroni and dump cake and then we polish it off with a N-A-P.  My jeans are hurtin.  I hope there are some good sales on black Friday because I might need some new pants. 

We went to Aunt Rita’s church this morning and it was refreshing.  The congregation maybe had a total of 30 people and during announcement time any one could stand up and say just about anything.  One lady stood up and announced her mailbox had been run over.  Aunt Rita sang a solo, and the preacher referenced butterfinger cake during the invitation.  It was a lot of fun.

When I askeed the kids what has been their favorite part of the trip so far they said…

Tai- “When we saw that lake and drove by the waterpark and the deers”.

Tristin- “Spending time with the family, playing on the computer and playing board games”.

Trey-“Being here with you (me, mom) and my family”.

We still have 7 more days and Tai has already said “holy crack” at the dinner table.

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2 Comments »

  1. did she really say holy crack? Thats hillarious!

    Comment by Nichole — November 30, 2008 @ 7:00 am

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