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Mother’s Day is a time to appreciate the mothers who are still with us. A time to remember the mothers who are gone. A time to gather with one’s children. To my mother, Uhlma who is still the picture of grace and beauty.      Grandma, at the farm, teaching James how to play corn […]

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One of my favorite memories is the famous 1986 Masters Tournament.    The entire Miller family was vacationing at Amelia Island, FL.  A first grandchild, Gloria was 3 months old.  I was 8 months pregnant with Lizzy.   And triplet Liz was 6 months pregnant with Warren.  Our family and friends were gathered around a […]

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I clearly remember the first time I heard about Ole Miss and tailgating in The Grove.  My son James, a sophomore at Florida at the time,  told me he was going to an away game at Ole Miss.  “I hear they have great tailgating.”  I responded with a smile and thought,  “it can’t be much […]

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Tailgating and the 4th of July have many similarities.  Families and friends gather together in celebration.  Many foods popular for tailgating parties are also the same ones used for 4th of July picnics and barbecues. Tailgate Party n. a festive, pre-game social event celebrated on or near stadium grounds featuring creative southern recipes, grilling competitions, […]

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The University of Georgia is located in the lovely town of Athens, Georgia.  The most celebrated structure on campus is The Arch. The Arch is the gateway separating the historic North Campus from the city of Athens. Many beautiful buildings, including the Chapel, line the quad facing back towards The Arch. Myth has it that […]

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When I think of tailgating at the University of Alabama, I think of Tailgating On The Quad. I look back to my college days and wonder why I never went to an Alabama-Tennessee game in Tuscaloosa.  Most big games were played at Legion Field in Birmingham because of the stadium’s larger size.  Tennessee never played […]

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The first time I visited Auburn the trees were healthy.Small bits of toliet paper were hanging from their limbs, a sure sign Auburn had won the day before. The second time I visited Auburn the trees were dying, poisoned by an Alabama fan, much to the dismay of Alabama fans. Today the trees are dead, […]

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