I am the girl who learned how to drive at fourteen with a tractor.
Who loves spending time with my cousins playing baseball. Didn't have to have a tree house when you have a barn loft.
I loved being a member of a large family; plenty of cousins to hang out with, but
all of us southern girls are different
Daddy taught me however to shoot as soon as a I could hold a gun.
I am a Kentucky girl and a southern girl who's eyes are as blue as a Kentucky sky, hair the color of an autumn sunset. A face full of freckles. I love picnics and books,
I prefer campfires to candle light.
As a child I loved my little red wagon.
I am a sweet tea drinking southern girl
I love my mason jars. According to my papaw I knew at an early that my first vehicle would be a truck;
Three out of four ain't bad.
This was true as a child and it's still true today.
No one leaves grandma's hungry.
Even though I don't know what God has planned for my future; and I trust His Plan. I still can't help dreaming, and praying about the future and the desires of my heart.