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Tuesday, September 20, 2011

FALLISH THINGS...

the FIRST football game
sure makes it SEEM like FALL..
"WE'RE KIND OF A BIG DEAL"
Well, we were a shade late to the game and had
to SIT ON THE WRONG SIDE..
this orange and black...NOT OUR TEAM/CHEER LEADERS..
THAT'S our team....green and white 
and those little tiny stands over there is where we SHOULD have sat but...
NO ROOM
Proud mama...
Isn't she pretty, ya'll ...
she's my baby girl.
THE beauty...there, front row, on your left...
our BRYNNA
She plays the xylophone ..and the wind stick..
first year in band.
GO ROPES EAGLES...
"HI, BRYNNA....we you....sooooooo much !
PROUD MAMA STACY
with BROOKS and DEEDS...
We love ya'll sooo much.




Little DEEDS used to ask me all the time,
"MEMAW....will I EVER be as big as BRYNNA?"
 and I would say...
"Oh, yes, sweetie girl, you WILL be as big as Brynna
very soon."
...and someday, you will be TICKLED to pieces that YOU
are 4 years younger than your big sis...
:>)


 FALL  seems to be a really good time for
COBBLERS, too..
Just LOOK at all this BUTTAH...
PAULA........i say....PAULA DEEN....do u see all this buttah...??

You pour the 
peach/sugar/lemon juice mixture
over the cobbler batter
and bake it for about 40 minutes or
until it's nice and brown...
If you are hungry for a really 
GOOD and EASY PEACH COBBLER, click HERE for the luscious recipe.
YEP...
FOOTBALL +  PEACH COBBLER.= FALL
(where's the ICE CREAM?)
OOO....
and, YES...
THEY WON !!
WOO HOO, EAGLES
 OH...one more thing...


 If you haven't read the BOOK
or seen the MOVIE... PLEASE DO !
I just loved every single minute of it...
xoxoxo bj

39 comments:

iSavortheWeekend said...

Yum, yum, yum, I wanna go home now and make some cobbler and I just might :) The power of suggestion!! :) Have a great and fun football season!! :)

Kathleen Grace said...

Yes, your daughter is gorgeous! Just like her mom:>) You are killin' me with that peach cobbler you know, can you pass some right through the computer please? I've read "The Help" but not seen the movie yet. It's on my list:>)

Barbara F. said...

Hi BJ, Your daughter resembles you! I loved the movie The Help, and your cobbler looks good, even tho' I am not a butter gal, a butterball, maybe......:) xo

Marilyn said...

Nothin' nicer than seeing your child do good!!
Marilyn

♥ Sonny ♥ said...

mighty yummy lookin cobbler..
your daughter is beautiful.

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Love the t-shirts! Guess they ARE a big thing, they won:@)

xinex said...

Congrats on the winning team! Yay! You have a beautiful family, BJ, and you make the best food too. I love peach cobbler!...Christine

Jo said...

I see all that yummy butta!..yes!
Good to the last drop.
And can yall get to the game alittle bit earlier,so we can see the band up closer,teehehe.
~Jo

Blondie's Journal said...

Beautiful pictures...it looks like all of you are having such a good time. I love night time football games!

The cobbler looks delicious! I was able to find the lemon curd at the store yesterday and was all ready to make the Bread Pudding and I realized I was out of cinnamon!! Oh, darn! Tomorrow!!!

XO,
Jane

Debby said...

Great pictures of the grands and your pretty daughter. She looks like her Mama. Yummy yummy on the food.
Loved the movie.

Debby said...

And what is a wind stick?????

Vee said...

Must see that movie...maybe tomorrow. You're a good grandmamaw to attend games. I can't always bring myself to attend soccer games on Sunday mornings. Nope. I can't.

Love Of Quilts said...

Always good to be the winners...that peach cobbler is a winner too thats the way I make my...easy easy. I do plan on seeing the movie. Trish

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

BJ, what fun and what a handsome family. Glad they won! The cobbler looks mahvelous and my husband and I loved the movie The Help and I am sure I will see it again when it is on t.v. some day.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I loved the book...can't wait to see the movie! And you sure have a sweet bunch with happy smiles! I LOVE football! I'm a Texas girl at heart and we LOVE our football! ♥

NanaDiana said...

What fun. You just have to love those kids- they just make your heart burst with pride, don't they? Your daughter is so lovely...just like Mom!;>) And that peach cobbler...OH MY! Naughty girl! You are just naughty to tempt me like that..and then give me the link too!!! BAD BJ! xo Diana

Beth said...

Your family is adorable, BJ! Happy Fall and congrats on the FB win. I know FB is HUGE in Texas. :-) We like it here in Iowa, too...
Hugs, Beth

Kate said...

Yummy cobbler...bring on the butter! :-) Love the tee shirts.

Ceekay- Thinkin of Home said...

I loved the movie The Help!! It was fantastic! Looks like fun with your family!

Judi said...

Hi BJ *hugs*
Fall...it looks like a lovely place your way. Bryanna has a very proud mother and meemaw watching her...how very special. Beautiful picture of your daughter and family...
I hope its a good season.

Love that buttah dessert...mmmmmm..thank you for sharing...yum!

Judi

Kelly said...

I remember those days (when I was out there on the field). Ha! My oldest son is a senior and didn't choose to play sports or join the band. He's too busy working and dating I guess. I think it's such a wonderful experience though and hate that he's missing out. That cobbler looks divine! I'm an ENORMOUS Paula Deen fan, btw. Anything she makes is "out of this world" as she would say. Thanks for sharing that cobbler recipe. The more buttah the better!

Indrani said...

Congrats!
Those mouth watering shots distracted me. ;)

Julie Harward said...

Same book here, love it1 Love your dessert too, YUM! And football in the Fall...love it all! :D

Abramyan Avenue said...

LOVE this post!! I'm from a small town and football IS LIFE there, so I totally GET it! However, I've never had to sit on the opposing side!!
That cobbler looks delicious. I think I may have to make that this weekend! One more thing, playing the xylophone.. that is so cool!! How did she get interested in that?
Hope you're doing well!
-april

Sweet Tea said...

I love seeing families, and your family is beautiful!! Thanks for giving us a peek at them. Gurl, you gotta get to the game earlier next time so you can sit with "your people".

BTW, I've been craving peaches and I WANT that cobbler!!

The French Hutch said...

Football games, a sure sign fall is here. Great times for all. A great looking family there. That cobbler is just right for cool weekend evenings.
Have a great weekend.......

~Emily
The French Hutch

Lynne said...

Isn't it great fun to live close enough to attend grandchildren music and sport events? Mine are growing up so fast these days are almost gone. Now we find new ways to "connect and be there" for them. (Bringing on home cooked foods brings them for sure!). (Like a peach cobbler!)

The book and the movie, The Help, are wonderful!
Favorite character . . .? Mine, MINNIE. Love those eyes!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Musta been kinda hard sitting on the opposing team's side!

SOME CALL IT RED

“I don’t have time,” my grandfather said,
“to dither around and stand on my head,
pretending that crimson is blue, not red—
just tell me the truth, if you please.

“I’m much too old for being lied to,
so tell me the truth about the rose hue
that colors the sky when the day is through
and adds a bright blush to the trees.

“Some call it red and some call it pink,
some call it strawberry wine-colored ink;
I call it rubicund, that’s what I think—
now leave me alone, if you please.”


© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher


Featherless Pomegranate

Pix Muse said...

-clapping hands- New Autumn-y blog look here! (SB free stuff, Baby! I was buzzzzzing around the latest "Willard" too! -giggles-)

Our first football home game was a week or so ago, and it was purrrrfect football weather. Purrrrfect "Fri. Night Lights" weather. :-) Our Japanese-Granddaughter-for-awhile, got to attend her first American HS football game. :-)

Gotta' stop playing around in Blog Land now. Get back to my Mahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhvelous Project of getting rid of decades of accumulation, around here. :-)

Ta-ta...

Ann said...

Very cute T-shirts. I so love football and everything about the season. Cobbler sounds yummy! The movie was great.
Ann

TexWisGirl said...

such a cute family!

Mrs. F said...

Looks delicious. And I've been wanting to read that book forever!

Lynne (lynnesgiftsfromtheheart) said...

Hi BJ, Thank you for swinging in, loved having you girl! Your family is beautiful, Congrats on the win... YUMMY!! I haven't made this cobbler in a while.. after I finish painting the powder room in the shop this evening I'm going to put one together... hugs ~lynne~

Cozy Little House said...

You and your pretty daughter share the same sweet smile!
Brenda

Jann Olson said...

Hi,
Yes, football season sure does mean Fall. Cute family, and proud grandma. I have a cobbler recipe that we love that is almost identical. No lemon and you use your bottled peaches. I'll have to try this one with fresh ones. Yes, I do love my buttah!

Saun said...

Beautiful pictures and yummy looking cobbler. Enjoy the football season :)

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

I think it is wonderful how you all live so close that you can actually go see the grands "do their things"! I'm not a football fan, but I love the atmosphere. The cobbler looks so good and I can only imagine how it smells when it bakes. Yum!

We haven't seen the movie or read the book yet...but, I will. It seems to be the only one in recent times that everyone who sees it loves!

jeanne said...

Yippee, they won their game. You are a proud grandma as you should be. Your daughter looks like you and is very pretty. Your family all are good looking bj, How can they miss with parents like you and Mr. Sweet. They sure are growing up. Mine are too. Some of mine are in the band and loving it! I wish we lived close enough to go to their games. I love your photos.

Yummy peach cobbler. I haven't made it this summer at all. I haven't been home long enough. HA!

I saw the movie 'Help.' I loved it and would love to read the book. The casting was awesome and not well know for the most part. Oscars should be considered for this movie. Great acting.
XO, Jeanne

Sarah said...

BJ, limited computer time, but stopping by for a quick hello. Love peach cobbler!
Hugs ~ Sarah