Who am I? Where am I?

I’m the 40-something year-old wife of a Southern man.  We have two children, a red-headed boy and a blue-eyed girl.

After living 16 years of our marriage in my New England domain, New Hampshire, we moved back down to the Heart of Dixie to stay…please send maple syrup and a few autumn leaves. And lobster. And steamers. And my Mom.

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15 Responses to Who am I? Where am I?

  1. K Kelley says:

    Jules,

    this is so awesome! Good for you!

    Miss ya and love ya tons,
    KK

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  2. Julie,
    this is a riot! I love your posts, keep ’em coming. See you soon,
    Jeanna

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  3. P.S. – Do you prefer dark amber or light amber maple syrup??

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  4. Dora Crowell says:

    Saw your “like ” on one of my photographs and was curious! Was trying to find out if you were close to me. I want to take some things to my grandchildren’s store , The Body Connection, in Elba. I did last year and had a good turnout. Are you close ? Are you interested? Thanks for the “like”! Dora

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    • rebelwife says:

      Yes, I’m in Enterprise. Your photos are beautiful! I love the autumn ones, especially. Being from NH–I really miss the vivid colors. I’ll check out the Body Connection next time I’m out that way. Thanks for stopping by!

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  5. Seasonsgirl says:

    Love the musical selections 🙂 Some of my favorite.

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  6. Katrinka says:

    Julie,
    Stumbled upon your blog while looking up ragweed & chenopods–I have allergies, too! When I was in third grade (in the late 50’s), my family moved to Portsmouth, NH because my dad was in the Air Force. (I don’t think Pease AFB is active anymore.) But at any rate, though we were only there about a year and a half, it was one of the happiest times of my childhood. I went to Sherburne Elementary–not sure it’s still there. My siblings and I would ride our bikes or walk through the woods nearby, pick wild blueberries, and we even caught some baby mice one time, which we raised in a box in the basement until my mom made us get rid of them. We had school field trips to some of the old historic homes in and around Portsmouth, where I learned to love history. I’m sure Alabama is a lovely place to live, but there is something about the bracing weather and timeless beauty of New Hampshire that will always make it special in my mind. After many years in AZ and (mostly) CA, my husband and I now live in the DFW area of Texas. It’s fine, but I’m not sure I want to die here.

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    • rebelwife says:

      Thank you so much for stopping in! I have been a bit of a blogging recluse (or reclusive blogger) since the accident, but need to start up, again. Now that the kids are back in school, it should be easier.

      Nice that you lived in NH and that, even after only a short time, it left lasting memories. It really is a special place and I miss it–especially the approaching season.

      You’re right, Pease is not an AFB, but it still used for the NH ANG refueling wing and it’s a busy with lots of businesses and an airport. They did a good job saving and utilizing the place.

      I haven’t been to Texas, although my husband said if we ever moved out of AL, he would want to move there. Don’t think that’ll ever happen. If anything, we will move to the Northern part of the state, which is more reminiscent of NH and also closer to his family.

      Hope to “see” you again–and good-luck with those allergies!

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  7. E.J. says:

    Hi, a friend sent me your site, I love the picture of the foal in a bucket!!! Can you tell me anything about the photo? Very interesting site, thanks for being out there And sharing. God’s blessings. E.J.

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    • rebelwife says:

      Hi, E.J.~

      The photo was one that I had on my computer, but I cannot take credit for it. I think it was posted on Facebook and I liked it so much I kept it.

      God bless you and thanks for stopping by!

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  8. E.J. says:

    Thank you for getting back to me, I love the photo also, it is a keeper.
    Have a wonderful day, I really enjoy your site, God’s blessings.

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  9. Gene Pearse says:

    WE MISS YOU here in NH. Rick and I are no longer in the Nottingham Church but now going to FCCB. Say hello to the gang.

    Going along with others from FCCB to Haiti in February 2014

    Email me if you want to support.

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