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Joey and Rory Country Classics Review

This post is sponsored by Family Christian. All opinions are my own.
So yes, I may actually live under a rock. I don't know much about Joey and Rory. The extent of my knowledge of this amazing couple comes from a post every once in a while that my good friend Anna Marie shares on Facebook.
When an opportunity came up to review Joey and Rory Country Classics DVD, I jumped on it. From what little I knew of them, I knew I wanted to learn more. Can I just say....oh my goodness! What a precious couple! The focus of the DVD is supposed to be about the Classic Country hits they sing, quilted perfectly throughout the show. Songs like Paper Roses, King of the Road, I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry and so many more! But, my focus was on them, during the times when Bill Gather was interviewing them.
Did you know they have an absolutely BEAUTIFUL farm in Tennessee? They have a family restaurant and the beautiful red barn on their property? Oh my goodness! Rory mentioned that when they built t…

For Such a Time as This

This post is a sponsored post from Family Christian, all opinions are my own.
You know when you find a group of friends and you just sit back in amazement when you think of just how awesome they are? I am SO lucky to have a group like that in my life. I am even luckier to have this group in my girls' lives.  It is so very important to me for my girls to see the relationships I have with these women. The way we interact and love each other. It is important they see that even though each one of these women are very, very different, we still come together in love and laughter. It is also important to me that my girls see the relationships that these wonderful women have with their families. I am lucky enough to be close friends with two AMAZING families. We do things together, as families, we also do things together just the moms and kids. I love that my girls see these strong families and know that these families are there for them should they ever need them. In the times that we l…