Saturday, November 22, 2014
Friday, November 21, 2014
Thursday, November 20, 2014
Those long time followers may know this story... for our new followers -
During Hurricane Katrina evacuations, my client left with her birds and her elderly dog to find safety on higher ground. In route to Monroe, Louisiana via Jackson, Mississippi, they saw a car open the door and toss this darling baby out. Once she hit the ground she started running and my amazing client pulled over and worked for a very long time to gain her trust and she was able to catch her. They have been together from that day forward.
This darling little girl died and went to heaven that day... (yes - she is still with us!) You can't imagine the life she has had with her Mommy. We have been equally as blessed to have been given the opportunity to take care of them.
Thursday the 20th ~ Thanksgiving Thursday = Bananas.
We got this… it takes time but we got it and we are THANKFUL.
With that… I know we are behind! Running as fast as we can!
Thankful that y'all have patience...
Thankful for your loyalty...
Thankful... simply thankful.
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Monday, November 17, 2014
2007 - 2014
"Shocked" is such an understatement. Our heart breaks for you and your Mom and Sisters. It is one thing when we can all prepare ourselves but another when it comes so suddenly. Watch over those that love you as they have watched over you. I always try to visualize that "somewhere over the rainbow" is Remy welcoming you and ya'll all taking care of each other and playing. Rest darling Henry... and let your Mom and Sister feel you in their arms and hear your voice when they need to.
39th Annual Holiday Home Tour
The mission of the Preservation Resource Center: To promote the preservation, restoration, and revitalization of New Orleans’ historic architecture and neighborhoods.
We at the PRC believe that preserving a city’s architecture is tantamount to preserving its soul. New Orleans would not be the city we love today without the past successes of the PRC, and it is critical that we maintain our staunch defense of the city’s rich architectural legacy. In post-Katrina New Orleans, it is particularly crucial that we rebuild in a way that is sensitive to our past, or we risk losing everything that makes our city unique.
December 13th & 14th
I am so blessed to live in the Garden District and love supporting Preservation Resource Center. Last year I was able to help by being one of the sponsors of the tour. Our neighbors take great pride and go all out to showcase their homes.
Headquarters – Trinity Episcopal Church ~ Bishop Polk Hall
Fantastic local artists participate in showcasing and helping support “buy local” and support PRC!
(This is such a great read about Ms. Uddo)
Mr. & Mrs. Cedric Martin @ 1410 Second Street
Dr. Thomas Lyons @ 1429 Seventh Street
Richard C. Colton, Jr. @ 1406 Seventh Street
Mrs. Arthur Fort @ 1328 Harmony Street
Mr & Mrs. Jon Charpentier @ 2626 St Charles Avenue
Richard Bushsbaum & Bethaney Vincent @ 1539 Fourth Street.
I sure hope to see y'all out and about on the 13th and 14th.