Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Southern States tour

My sister Kim moved to Washington D.C. this summer so my 3 other single sisters(Carol, Connie, and Kim), my mom, and I decided to do a southern states tour. I hit several new states like North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Louisiana, and Oklahoma. I only have 5 more states to go.

Nat (college friend) and I in Atlanta. She did a great job showing me the sites.

New Orleans

Heidi (college friend) and I at Texas Roadhouse

A cool old house we drove all over to find somewhere in Mississippi (I think).


thomasheidisimpson said...

it was so good to see you. it looks like a fun and eventful trip. someday you can be a guest speaker at elementary schools and tell about your travels. that was always my favorite school assembly of the year!
ps-hurray for me, i am the first commenter on your blog!

Will & Natalie Giddens said...

I'm soooooooooo excited that you have succumbed and gotten yourself a blog. You will love it, I am sure!

I just read the first post and will now go and read all the Guatamala stuff. Yea!!!!

Love ya!

ps - and hurray for me being the 2nd comment!! :-)

Annie said...

Your pictures are awesome! It is so cool you have been able to travel so much! There is a good chance i'll be Colorado in Feb. I will keep you posted.

Nate, Morgan and Asher said...

cat...hello long lost friend. Reading your blog makes me miss you and your sassy comments. I'm glad you have a blog now so that I can keep up on your exciting life of jealous by the way.

visit our blog at

love ya!! Morgan

ben and whitney shafer family said...

cat, i keep checking your blog and i just know that one of these days, you're going to write a new post. just because you don't have kids, doesn't mean your life is not interesting! :) like your recital... you should have taken pictures and done a post about your piano recital. just a thought. miss you!

Beth said...

Hey Cat! It's me, Beth Ottley Miller. I saw your blog on Kristalyn's site. It is cool to see what you have been up to since the colony days. You have been very busy. I am married with a little girl, Kim. You can read about us on my blog Your old house pic is actually in Louisiana and it is called Oak Alley. I love that place!!!