I went to the Kentucky game at Southern Miss.
Kenny randomly came into town for Independence Weekend so I took him down to Mississippi. We saw alligators, but didn’t catch any.
After London I went to Mississippi for Independence Day Weekend. There was little sleep and a lot of friends, food, beer, and water. Unfortunately a lot of the water came from the sky.
The week before Thanksgiving involved a trip to Texas to hangout with Kristi, Omar, Christian, and Jeremy, followed by a trip to Mississippi. There was also a cheerleading competition somewhere in the middle.
I’ve decided to run for President and am naming James Phillips as my Vice President. Of course you know this isn’t true, but I’m now old enough to in case I have a change of heart. 10 Years Ago 10 years ago today I was partying in New Orleans with friends, celebrating my birthday, my… Continue reading I’m Running for President
Miggy, Kelley, Los, and Kendall were stunting in the lake on 4th of July. One of the photos made it in The Clarion-Ledger and a couple more were put online by the paper.
Black History Month, also known as February, is now over. I’ve spent most of the month of February in Mississippi working with David on Aneris and numerous other things. During that time we went to Mississippi State twice, the first for the Kentucky basketball game, and the other for the cheerleading clinic. I’ve already posted… Continue reading Hello March
Before leaving Mississippi I got some good news via email. I can’t go into it now, but will later. I was also asked an important question, “Why is it called a Florida Lee and not a New Orleans Lee or Louisiana Lee?” Good question coming from a 7 year old artist. From there it was… Continue reading Florida Lee
I’ve spent the past week in Jackson, MS. The tripped was planned so I judge Deep South Cheer Nationals, but I came early and stayed for a while to hang out with a few friends. David Hanbery and I had a chance to talk about 2 projects we will be working on. One with Farid… Continue reading Deep South Cheer