My poor Ruby girl…. Yesterday we were running and we ran by one of those bus stops that has the glass cover to sit in when waiting. There was a person kind of standing out towards the road waiting for a bus but was letting us go by. Ruby, for some reason was getting a bad vibe. She didn’t like the looks of this person and began growling and barking at him. I kept running, and she was paying attention to this person as she was running with me and ran right into the glass cover. Laid her out flat, knocked her out cold for a second. I was over her saying, “Ruby?Ruby?” She woke up, shook a bit, and we were on our way again. She kept turning around to look at the person until we got quite aways down the road. Poor Rub!
Thank you for stopping by my little home on the internet. My name is Marlece. I am a Jesus lovin' country girl. A wife. A momma of 4 boys. A cook. A hairstylist. And well... I wear many other hats depending on the time of day.
You can read a bit more about me and my family on my "About Me" page.
While you're here, I hope you find something that inspires you to whip up a yummy recipe, try a new hairstyle, call up your sisters, or just hug your kids. I hope you will reach out and say "hello" too. I would love to connect with you on Facebook or Twitter.
At My Table
This is where my heart is......at my table feeding people. Not only does cooking bring out the artsy in me again for I love to try new things, it also gives me pleasure to have many at my table. The Lord blessed me with a table that has been passed down from many generations and I know that many have sat at it before my time to fellowship together. I want to continue that heritage in my home. The Lord gave me the gifting of hospitality and I have a huge desire to please Him in this area. So enjoy a recipe or two when you go to "At my table"
In My Chair
My salon is a place that I can create. I love to see transformation and usually not just in a look, but the way someone might feel. It is a place where I get the privilege of having one on one with someone. I consider it my ministry. I always feel an incredible sense of blessing when someone chooses to sit in my chair and share a little of themselves while I get to use my artistic ability. I like to share some of my work and time spent when you go to "In my chair" at Tame Your Mane Hair Salon.