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Adventures in Relocating: Chapter Two – Let’s Try This Again!

Many of you followed our adventure last year as we prepared ourselves for a move to Atlanta that actually never happened.   Now, we have been offered another job-related move.   The question is – what makes this opportunity better than the last?  Continue reading Adventures in Relocating: Chapter Two – Let’s Try This Again!

Southern Hospitality Delivered: A Review of Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ Kitchen

Southern hospitality and finger lickin’ good food served with the Disney touch make for a dynamic and magical dining experience.  I mean, it’s no secret that Walt Disney World is home to some great eateries, but this combination right here is what made our meal at Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ Kitchen in Disney Springs one of the most appealing, warm and friendliest experiences we have ever had. Continue reading Southern Hospitality Delivered: A Review of Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ Kitchen

Victory on the High Seas: Dining with Food Allergies on the Disney Dream

When you have an immense number of friends who have sailed on the Disney Cruise Line and perpetually share their magical adventures aboard one of the four ships in the fleet (recent news says there are more ships being added over the next few years!), the desire within to join the club kind of grows day by day (reminds me of kudzu in South Carolina, but in a good way). Continue reading Victory on the High Seas: Dining with Food Allergies on the Disney Dream

This Year’s Adventure: Going Cruising With Disney! (The Pre-Trip Post)

(featured photo taken by Janice Tillman Brady with An Open Suitcase)

Summer is FINALLY here and

Continue reading This Year’s Adventure: Going Cruising With Disney! (The Pre-Trip Post)

Mother’s Day: When Flowers and Brunch are Tainted With Heartache

It was difficult for me to write this before Mother’s Day and to get it out for everyone to read.  Then I thought about how depressing it could be to read something like what I’m about to share on Mother’s Day itself.  I came to the conclusion that waiting until late afternoon on Mother’s Day to begin “penning” my thoughts was the best option, with the hope of posting the day after.  Continue reading Mother’s Day: When Flowers and Brunch are Tainted With Heartache