I love to eat, but try not to, at least not too much.
I like to pretend I am from England, and speak with an accent. I also make people around me do it.
I met my husband working in a kitchen, we fought everyday like brother and sister.
My real brother gets jealous when we meet new people and everyone is interested in my career, not his.
My nephew and niece call me Lady Carroll, like I am royalty, from England.
My mom (called Queenie in lieu of Grandma) isn’t a very good cook, but she did almost every night and that is what mattered
My father doesn’t like cheese; that is awfully hard to deal with. He also does not like to play the English Royalty game, so my brother choose the name Grandpappy for him.
I like to talk about food, come up with ideas, interact with other people with similar interests
I try my darndest to have “swaggar”….people that go thru life with swaggar are my role models.
15 thoughts on “Just sayin’”
Fun blog “Lady Carroll”! We love all of the beautiful photos and the delicious sounding title “Vanilla Lemonade”. Karlin & Jason @ http://www.michelinandmom.com
Thank you! I am having a great time with it, and love having a place to showcase the pictures I take, other than my desktop 🙂 Cheers!
hahahaha i love how you met your hubby in the kitchen fighting like siblings 🙂
I think it was destiny….we gave each other a run for the money definetly!
Jen sent me your blog and now I’m signed up to receive them automatically. I’m proud of you Lady Carroll so are your parents! We had a great time together!!
Ma Ma Brown
Thanks Mama Brown! I am enjoying myself, and happy to have a new hobby! My parents said they had a wonderful time! Love to all!
I don’t ever remember you wanting a tea party or I would have made you potato salad for it! I do love your blog and pictures. Q
Just wanted to let you know I nominated you for an award on my blog today. Thanks for being inspiring! http://wp.me/p1hj6p-3x
Ahhhh! Thanks Megan!!! That’s so encouraging! I’m honored!!!
Hi Carroll, Thanks for commenting on my blog! I was reading a bit, and love your blog! I’m originally from Charleston, and my parents still live there, so I have had many a benne wafer – but never made them. I might have to try them this week to make me feel like I’m in Charleston for Christmas! 🙂
Ah, you sound like some much fun! WIll enjoy reading your blog! I wish I knew more people like you!
Next time you make some of that cookie dough dip, send some over to me via my dad, Chef Leonard 🙂
Thanks for stopping by my blog!!
I’m not British but I just love talking like the British!