Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a trend in unique staying experiences – something more personal and memorable. At The Montgomery B&B in Starkville, that’s exactly what the host, Lyn Berch, has seen.
Sarah Kathryn Dossett fought a lot of things in life. She said she basically grew up on the Grove, since both of her parents were alumni of the University of Mississippi. Her college life started out at a libral arts school in Memphis, but quickly found its way down to Oxford. Now she’s lived in Oxford for 21 years.
Ashley and her 11-year-old daughter Lucy live on Sweet Lucy Farm, right outside of Oxford, along with a smattering of critters running around, from sheep to goats and chickens, they’ve got a little bit of everything.
This a-dough-robale market stand is the perfect play station for little ones! Since it’s made of milk crates, it has loads of built-in storage on the backside to keep toys and things tidy. It can stay inside just for play, or it can go outside for an entrepreneurial bake sale. This market stand has such a fun sprinkle-covered “storefront,” everyone in the neighborhood is definitely going to stop for a treat from your little chef.
“All I wanted to do was be average and be like everyone else.”
When Cecelia Moseley was in the second grade, she was diagnosed with dyslexia, a learning disorder that makes it difficult to differentiate letters and words. Usually, she would get pulled out of class to get special help.