The Next Installment if Cocktails with Cally!A new cocktail for you to try!July 31st, 2015Make sure you tune in next Friday for a twist on an old favorite!
Cally In Wonderland on InstagramChasing adventures and cows across another state! I never know where the adventures will take me, but I’m always where I need to be! #WildChildImages #StayWildMyChild #IllKeepYouSafeYouKeepMeWild #WorkingMom #BestDayOfMyLife #CallyInWonderlandHe’s picking locations and using prime lenses..... at three :) #WildChildImages #StayWildMyChild #IllKeepYouSafeYouKeepMeWild #WorkingMom #BestDayOfMyLife #CallyInWonderlandHappy #NationalLoveYourRedHeadDay !!! I’m lucky he’s mine!!! Red hair, blue eyes, and all!! #WildChildImages #StayWildMyChild #IllKeepYouSafeYouKeepMeWild #WorkingMom #BestDayOfMyLife #CallyInWonderlandMy apprentice for the day at the #BlessingOfTheHounds :) The #StirrupCup was his favorite part since there were #HamBiscuits involved!!#HappyHalloween !!! #WildChildImages #StayWildMyChild #IllKeepYouSafeYouKeepMeWild #WorkingMom #BestDayOfMyLife #CallyInWonderland
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“Watch yourself with that knife…it’s sharp”, my dad yelled at me. I have been using his knives for most of my thirty-two years and would be surprised if a blade came out of his pocket that wasn’t sharp enough to … Continue reading →
To finish out National Bourbon Heritage Month, I thought I’d make the final blog Cocktails with Cally just about bourbon. I thought you might want to know exactly what makes this special liquor Bourbon and where it came from. To … Continue reading →
So, my plans to go on a Dove Shoot got canceled due to inclement weather, mainly the beautiful fall air that has ascended upon us! Apparently, the dove tend to not fly as well when it’s chilly outside! That left … Continue reading →
If you live in Kentucky, then you know that September is National Bourbon Heritage Month! It’s really our highest of all high holidays! So that means that for the month of September, I will be celebrating by bringing you some … Continue reading →