Monday, February 20, 2017 – Getting Senior Discounts is one of the delights of my life!  I look for them everywhere and have enjoyed so many it’s exhilarating!  Just this weekend we got to ride the New Orleans streetcar for only 60 cents, a deep discount from the normal $1.25!!  We get into all National Parks absolutely free and have taken advantage of that every time!

Retail Me Not came out with this great list of 30 plus Senior discounts so I wanted to share it with ya’ll!.

Remember: Always confirm ahead of time that your local venue honors a specific senior deal. In fact, we suggest asking everywhere, from utility companies and airlines to hotels and even your alma mater, about what, if anything, they do for seniors. Hey, you put in the time, so why not?

Senior Discounts to Enjoy Today – they may not offer it to you so be sure to ask for it!

AMC Theatres
Tuesday is Senior Day for anyone 60 and older at select AMC locations. The discount varies by theater.

America the Beautiful Senior Pass
If you’re 62 or older, you can pay just $10 for lifetime admission to over 2,000 national parks and federal recreation sites. Bonus: At areas that charge per vehicle, the Senior Pass admits all passengers in your car. At places that charge per person, you and three adults get in for free.

Bealls Outlet
If you’re age 50 or over, save 15% off your entire purchase every Monday by presenting your One Card at checkout.

Customers 55 and up enjoy exclusive in-store savings on the first Tuesday of every month.

Best Western
Not only do those 55 and older get 10% off their room rate, but many Best Westerns offer “mature guests” (their words!) extras like early check-in, late checkout, a complimentary room upgrade or continental breakfast.

Big Boy
Take 10% off your total check if you’re at least 55 years of age.

British Airways
AARP members get up to $400 off flights to Europe, Asia, Middle East or Africa on British Airways.

Cici’s Pizza
Most locations offer senior citizen discounts, but deals vary, so contact your local store for more information.

Every Cinemark theater offers a different senior discount and on a different day, so check your local theater box office for pricing and participation.

Check out Denny’s 55+ menu catered specifically to seniors. AARP members get 15% off.

Dunkin’ Donuts
Other fast-food restaurants have nice perks for seniors, but Dunkin’ Donuts’ is admittedly hard to beat. You get a free doughnut with your purchase of a large or extra-large coffee just for being you.

El Pollo Loco
Ages 60 and up get a 10% discount—maximum savings of $1.

Golden Corral
Take advantage of the restaurant’s early bird senior discount. Specials vary by location, so check with your local spot for details.

Seniors age 55 and over receive a 20% discount every Wednesday at participating locations.

Why not leave the driving to someone else? Those 62 and older receive 5% off unrestricted passenger fares.

With your AARP discount code, you can save up to 25% off a rental car. Now you can afford to upgrade to a snazzy little number next time you’re on vacation.

Order off the special 55+ menu, featuring smaller portions at lower prices every day.

Shoppers 60 and older get 20% off of their total purchase.

Go ahead and take the e-reader plunge. AARP members get 10% off of up to two Kindles, including the Fire HDX and Paperwhite.

Every Wednesday, Kohl’s knocks 15% off your bill if you’re 60 or older.

New York Philharmonic
Many performance events offer senior citizens discounted tickets, including the famous New York Philharmonic. Attendees 62 and older may purchase $10 tickets on the day of select performances, excluding Friday matinees and Saturday-evening shows. (Always call ahead to check availability.)

Show your AARP membership card to get crafty at 10% off!

Outback Steakhouse
Present your AARP membership card and receive 15% off of your entire check, excluding alcohol.

Rite Aid
With the wellness65+ program, you get a free blood pressure screening and a pharmacist consultation to discuss your medications and immunizations. You’re also eligible for 20% off non-prescription purchases on the first Wednesday of every month.

Royal Caribbean        
Kick back and relax. Royal Caribbean offers deals and steals on the high seas for travelers 55 and older.

Many gyms and fitness centers have special classes for older members, but see if you’re eligible for SilverSneakers. This perk, which is open to adults (65 or older) who use certain Medicare or other health plans, allows free access to more than 12,000 fitness centers, gyms, YMCAs and Curves.

Southwest Airlines
If you’re over 65, you’re eligible for senior fares (fully refundable) and perks, including early check-in.

Tanger Outlets
My godmother is obsessed with this one. Save on already-good prices at Tanger Outlets with a free coupon book, available at the on-site Tanger offices. It includes 20% discount offers from many of the stores like Rockport, Eddie Bauer, Easy Spirit and Harry & David.

Toys R Us
Stock up on goodies for the grandchildren. Monday through Thursday, get $5 off purchases of $25 or more when you show your AARP card.

Verizon Wireless
Don’t use your cell phone 24/7 but still want to have one? Verizon has a plan for customers 65 and older that includes fewer minutes and a lower monthly rate.

Urban dwellers who rely on public transportation but want an occasional set of wheels should check out the car-sharing company Zipcar. AARP members join for $40 (versus $72) and get $40 in free driving credit.

Here’s a link to their page https://www.retailmenot.com   For additional senior deals, check out their senior discounts page.

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02.23.17 It’s Carnival Time in New Orleans and the Chauvin family had so much fun!

Friday, February 23, 2017 – Last Saturday the Chauvins from Amite went with the Chauvins from Ponchatoula to uptown New Orleans.  Why??? Because It’s Carnival Time!!!  That’s the song heard all over during the Mardi Gras season in New Orleans.

My long time friend Chip Saunders helped me greatly figure out the best way for us to get to and see the parade.  There are so many people that go if you don’t have a friend along the route or within several blocks of the route that is willing to let you park in their driveway you are out of luck.  Because of that we decided to park far away from the parade and ride the St. Charles street card to the parade. We drove to St. Charles and Broadway parking about a half block from the St. Charles streetcar line.

Streetcars in New Orleans date back to 1893 and travel along four major streets (The St. Charles Avenue Line, the Riverfront Line, the Canal Street Line, and the Loyola Avenue Line.)

We have what’s called Neutral Grounds in New Orleans which is where the streetcar tracks run.  It’s the raised grassy/concrete area between streets going in different directions. The picture below with the Broadway street sign shows the tracks the street cars run on.

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Here are some pictures of us on the streetcar enjoying the beautiful day and the beautiful ride!

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While riding the streetcar along St. Charles Avenue to where it had to stop because of the parade, we enjoyed seeing all the people walking to the parade as well as many of the gorgeous homes lining St. Charles Avenue.  20170218_153715 20170218_153402 20170218_153327 20170218_153303

We got off the streetcar at St. Charles and Cadiz which is two blocks from the corner of Napoleon and St. Charles.  The parades started a few blocks down Napoleon and turned the corner onto St. Charles Avenue.   Three parades followed this route Saturday.  First was the Krewe of Ponchartrain, second the Krewe of Choctaw and last was the Krewe of Freret.  These are all different groups of people and different floats.  We stayed for the first two parades and had a lot of fun!  These photos are just a few of the sights we saw!  Madisyn worked her way through the crowds to get a great first row spot right behind the barriers.

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We saw the children of a friend of ours from Hammond (Nancy Waldo) at the parade on Napoleon.  Eddie, Erin and Melissa Rantz grew up at our church Trinity and were with their dad at the parade.  Haven’t seen them in years so it was nice to visit and catch up.

Here’s the map that shows the route these parades took.  More parades were taking place in other places around the New Orleans Metropolitan Area that day and every day until Fat Tuesday, Mardi Gras, February 28th.  parade-route

The St. Charles streetcar line follows the route shown below.  You can see we got on at stop C and off at stop F.  Some of the most beautiful homes are along the route from F to J but we had to stop at F to see the parade.


Our ride back to the car on the streetcar was delightful.  This driver saw we were old and gave us the Senior Discount.  The regular $1.25 fare was reduced to 30 cents each!  Old age does have some perks! The driver invited Madisyn and a couple of other children to join him at the front while he drove the streetcar.  They really enjoyed that!  Madisyn looks a bit odd because she had vampire teeth in her mouth!

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Loyola University and some beautiful homes were at the corner where we got off the streetcar to go home.20170218_133758  20170218_132417This is Madisyn who is shielding her eyes from the sun.  Wanted you to see all the beads she was wearing around her neck. That’s vampire blood in her hands!  The vampire teeth and blood, the bow headband that lights up and the pink monkey tucked inside the beads were all from the parade!


We took a ride down memory lane on our way home showing Kallie, Madisyn and Misty where Grannie grew up in New Orleans and where Daddy Chip lived when he was a baby and little boy.  Fun, fun!  We then drove down Canal Blvd. to show them all where Roy and I were married and where Chip and our oldest son went with us to church when they were little boys before we moved to Hammond.  Lakeview Baptist Church is now  Harbor Community Church.  They flooded and were pretty much destroyed during Katrine.  It’s taken years for them to recover but it looks amazing.  We couldn’t go in so I took one picture through the front door.


20170218_161528 20170218_161442 20170218_161359 These are some of the pictures we took three weeks after Katrina when the waters receeded.  That’s me looking in through a busted out part of the stained glass. It is so amazing to see what it looks like now.




I know that kinda went from woohoo Mardi Gras to ugh Katrina.  But New Orleans has history and is recovering slowly but surely.  The fact that this church was able to survive when no one lived anywhere near it for months is a blessing God gave the congregation.  This was the church I grew up in and was married in.  Lots of great history there!

If you would like to learn more about Mardi Gras krewes here are links to the two we saw.

Krewe of Choctaw – started in 1939

Krewe of Ponchartrain – started in 1975

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02.16.17 While sitting down by the pond

gods-blessingsThursday, February 16, 2017 – While sitting down by the pond just now reading, it struck me the amount of blessings God gives me each day.  My little world has lots of beauty to see and lots of quiet to enjoy. Some days I fuss and fuss about the quiet, when it gets boring, but I shouldn’t.  I need the peace and solitude our life gives me.  As much as I have always loved interacting with people it is now something that wears me down fast because it takes a lot of brain power.  I still do it dad gum it and will continue doing it till I can’t!  But it takes some down time afterwards for things to get back to normal.  So the solitude of our little world here in Amite (or wherever we travel to) is something I’m sure God has blessed me with!

Our oak trees have shed enough leaves for me to rake up and create piles around the base of our fig and satsuma trees.

Sitting by the pond reading and soaking up sunshine several fish jumped up out of the pond and back down in creating amazing circles of water.

The book I’m reading by Nora Roberts, Genuine Lies, just unveiled a plot twist I did not see coming.  This is a little how I looked when I read the twist.


I’m still recovering from the shock and if time permits will get back to the book.

My balance is not always really good (brain thing) so going out to the pond is a bit of an adventure for me when I’m by myself.  Having the rake with me gave me something to lean on.  Lots and lots of tiny limbs are all over the place from the recent strong rains and wind.  I raked up a bunch into a few piles to keep the walking trips down to a minimum.


The flowers are starting to bloom more and lots of the bulb are shooting up out of the ground.  Fig trees (see one below) and satsuma trees are blooming fresh green leaves.  The rose bushes are getting fuller and fuller with fresh leaves. I love the blooms and sprouts that signal Spring is on its way.


I spent some time pulling weeds from around my flower gardens and rewrote names of states on our medium sized rocks we’ve collected in our travels.  It got down into the 30s last night so I’m glad I piled pine straw on lots of the delicate plants. Click on the photos to see the rocks with all the states names on them.  This is one of my favorite adventures when we travel, collecting rocks!

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I enjoy watching  the news throughout the day on Fox News, Dish Channel 205, not the local Fox channel.  Their news is very fair and balanced.  They are supportive of President Trump and share truly good and true news while always allowing the opposition an opportunity to share their side. Later I watch the local and national news channels.  The select snippets that these channels share are always negatively slanted while rarely sharing the great strides this administration has made to fulfilling many campaign promises.  I’ve always believed that if it is on the news it is true.  I don’t believe that any longer.

Roy and I went to the remote control flying field Sunday after having a wonderful lunch with our son Chip’s family at China Palace. Roy’s getting pretty good at flying his new birthday present plane.  He did crash it last week but ordered replacement parts and it’s back in the air this week!


What a wonderful Sunday worship service we had at Trinity last Sunday.  Take a look at this beautiful congregation! We met yesterday to celebrate the love of God and His love through our lives. Our pastor, Rev. Bob Adams, went down into the baptismal and took a group photo of all of us there Sunday.  We had a great crowd for our Celebrate Love Sunday.  Lots of us wore red which shows quite well in the photo!   Roy and I are on the fifth row from the front.

trinity-celebrate-love-sundayI know this wasn’t a tantilizing post about somewhere we’ve traveled through but it is our life!  And documenting it here helps me remember it!

Thanks to all the wonderful people in our life who keep life interesting for us!  We’re heading to St. Charles Avenue in New Orleans (Uptown New Orleans) Saturday to ride a streetcar, see the beautiful homes in the Garden District and catch some beads and doubloons at some Mardi Gras parades.  Mardi Gras is a season in New Orleans of over two weeks having multiple parades each day.  I’ll share with you all the sights and sounds we experience this Saturday.  Chauvin Family Time in New Orleans!!!

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02.06.17 The Chauvin Ladies Visit Oak Alley Plantation


oakalleyhistoricsignMonday, February 6, 2017 – This past Saturday Chip’s wife Misty and his daughters Kallie and Madisyn and myself drove to Vacherie, Louisiana to visit Oak Alley Plantation on the banks of the Mississippi River. I hope to share the fun we had that day with you as well as information about Oak Alley for those followers who may come to Louisiana some day.  When coming to New Orleans I believe this should be on the “must see” list since it represents so much of Louisiana’s heritage, plus it’s quite pretty!

All of the photos are clickable to enlarge.  Go ahead, click on some!!

A map showing “some” of the many plantations along the Mississippi River southeast of Baton Rouge, Louisiana.


• Enjoy a professionally guided tour of the Big House
• Visit the Confederate Commanding Officer’s Tent
• Witness the “Slavery at Oak Alley” exhibit’s reconstructed slave quarters and learn about those who made plantation luxuries possible
•Learn about sugarcane and it’s impact on Oak Alley then and now at the Sugarcane Theater
• Explore 25 historic acres using an interpretive map (self guided) and see the legacies left by those who once resided here
• See newly planted pecan trees commemorating Antoine, an enslaved gardener who grafted the first paper shell pecan
• Visit the blacksmith shop which houses the plantation’s original forge
• Stroll the magnificent alley of 300 year old live oak trees leading a quarter mile to the Mississippi River
• Dine on Cajun/Creole Cuisine in the restaurant or enjoy a quick snack or ice cream in the Plantation Cafe
• Stay the night in one of the overnight cottages located on the grounds of the plantation

We enjoyed the ride to Oak Alley along the winding River Road in Vacherie.  The levees (seen in the picture below) were much lower in olden times which made sitting on the front porch an amazing thing to see the riverboats going past!20170204_115330It was past noon when we arrived and we were all a bit hungry so we went first to the Dining Room for lunch.

Kallie, Rosalyn and Madisyn

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Misty and my Lemonade and Mint Julep – never had one before, not bad!20170204_121609 20170204_120749

We all enjoyed traditional Southern Cajun/Creole dishes like: Seafood AuGratin, Crawfish Etouffee and Fried Fish and Fried Shrimp.  Didn’t stop eating long enough to photograph the food……….
This link will take you to information about their HOURS AND COST for the tour of the main house.
A video from their website shows more about this beautiful plantation than my pictures ever could.  Click on the photo below to get to the video.
With our tummies full we strolled through the gift shop stopping to try on hats and oogle over the cute things they sell there.
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20170204_130153 20170204_130137 20170204_130005 20170204_125451 We then walked through the slave quarters.  They are not originals but were carefully replicated many years ago with a lot of original items displayed inside each.
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Leading up to the main entrance of the plantation is the Alley of Live Oaks the plantation is named after.  One of Oak Alley’s mysteries is who planted her magnificent Live Oaks. While we know the approximate era, 1725-1750, why they were planted or by whom remains a question. They are the way you can tell Oak Alley from any other plantation.  Everyone takes pictures just like those below!
Finally we get to the tour of the main house.  This is the part you pay for.  All the outside stuff is free but the tour was quite informative so I recommend doing that while you’re there.
Some of the original bricks used in building the house can be seed in this framed cutout.
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The mirrors were covered in black vail in this room where they laid out their dead, so that the soul of the dead person could not leave them and get trapped in the mirror.  Ooooooooooh!img_0608 img_0606
The rolling pin on the bed was used to roll out the lumps from the mattress that was stuffed with moss.img_0605 img_0604 img_0602 img_0595 img_0593 img_0590
A couple of great quality photos I got off the internet show the interior of the plantation:
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Back outside we went to tour more of the grounds including the Sugarcane Theater and the Confederate Officers Tent.  The young man, dressed in authentic period clothing gave us a really nice over view of the tent we got to see and its contents.
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With aching feet, but happy hearts we made our way back to their home in Ponchatoula for the end of our wonderful day!
For those who would like to visit Oak Alley Plantation, here is their contact information:
3645 Highway 18 (Great River Road), Vacherie, Louisiana USA 70090
Phone: (225) 265-2151 or (800) 44ALLEY
We are planning to go to New Orleans in two weeks on Saturday as a family to watch a Mardi Gras parade in Uptown New Orleans.  If anyone would like to join us, let me know!  Uptown New Orleans is NOT downtown New Orleans.  Same parades, just more family like environment uptown!
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02.02.17 Walk Slowly, Mama by Amanda Conquers

Thursday, February 2, 2017 – I read a lot.  Books, articles, things on the internet.  Every now and then something passes by that I can relate to so fully that I immediately feel compelled to share with ya’ll!  Today my friend Kelley O’Connor shared the following on Facebook.  Kelley is an amazing mom whose two daughters are amazing moms as well.  Kelly doesn’t live near either of her two daughter’s families, yet she manages to be part of their lives all the time.  I admire that.  I’ll read things posted by folks I admire.  This was one of them.

Walk Slowly, Mama  By

There is an old Indian proverb: Children tie the feet of their mother. And if you are a mom, you might know this to be true. So walk slowly, Mama.

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There is an old Indian proverb: Children tie the feet of their mother.

And if you are a mom, you might know this to be true.

The slowing down starts with your swollen belly, duck-waddle walk, sleep deprivation from peeing in the middle of the night every hour and a half like clockwork and things like heartburn, shortness of breath, and calves that seem to have swallowed ankles whole.

It continues with a labor and delivery that rarely goes as planned. And no matter how that baby comes into this world, it leaves a warrior’s mark on your body. You will be a woman who hunkered down, who pushed through, who thought she couldn’t, who with much pain and sacrifice (and maybe even collar-grasping and screaming into your husband’s ear) brought life into this world. And when they lay that fresh-skinned baby on your chest for the first time, you will never be the same.

Mom. Warrior.  Sacrifice-Maker. Nourisher. Boo-boo kisser. Taxi-car driver. Expert snuggler. Storybook reader. Silly-song singer.

That baby will wrap himself around your heart and your legs, and you will never be the same. 

Children tie the feet of their mother.

You will answer baby cries at all hours of the night. You will read up on how to get a baby to sleep through the night, and just about the time you think you’ve got it figured out, they will have a growth spurt or drop a nap, and everything you thought you knew will go out the window.

Your arms will develop car seat muscles. Your perfume will be baby spit-up, and your shoulders will seem to always be covered in a mix of snot and drool.

Your life will revolve around things like feeding, pooping, and napping. You may have a moment where you cry because all you want in life is a shower.

No matter how much you have desired to be a mom, it will grate against your independence and your pride. You will at some point feel like a failure. You will at some point long to have something in your life that you feel like you are good at or an expert on.

Children tie the feet of their mother.

That child will grow older and faster. You will find yourself saying things you never thought would pass your lips in your lifetime: things like, “We don’t strip down naked at the park,” “Please, don’t wipe your boogers on your sister,” or “Ew! Don’t lick the dog back.”

You will delight in their distinct personality and cringe at their defiance. You may also want to hide behind the Coca-Cola display when your child goes all flailing arms and legs and screaming on the floor of the grocery store. When you watch your toddler rip the plastic shovel from his playmate’s hands and yell, “Mine!,” you will know beyond a shadow of a doubt, we didn’t learn our sin nature; we were born with it.

You will discipline and mold and shape. You will wonder if you are doing it all wrong.

Your days will move slowly–either at work counting the hours till you can get home to your babies or at home counting the hours till your husband comes home to help you. You will pick up toys only to pick them up again a few hours later. You will know how painful it is to step on a Lego or a miniature stegosaurus. You may have days where you feel like all you do is clean up messes.

Children tie the feet of their mother.

And then there are those moments when you are making your way towards the McDonald’s drive-thru because your day just seems to need an easy button. In that feeling of guilt for not making the pb&j on whole wheat bread, the apple slices and the carrot sticks, your 4 year old glances up at the big blue sky as though he’s seeing it for the first time and asks, “Is that where Jesus lives, Mommy?”

If you don’t live slow enough, tied-up enough in the wonder of those small years you could almost miss it.



In that moment.

And you tell your little one how Jesus lives in your heart when you ask Him to. And maybe, without missing a beat, your baby will stop and pray, “Jesus. I want you to live in my heart.” And just like that, in the midst of your mundane, God invades that moment, and it is Holy.

I know a man in the Bible who walked with a limp.

Jacob—whose name meant one who fights for his own way—wrestled God one night. God touched his thigh and changed his name. With a limp, Jacob became Israel—God Prevails. Because the only way to live like God prevails is to lean on Him.

Children might tie your feet. You may have to make more sacrifices of your time and your dreams and your way than you thought possible. You may feel inadequate, not-good-enough, like you yell too much and you don’t keep the house clean enough.

You might feel like you limp as a mother.

But that is the place God prevails.

Lean, Momma. Lean on Him at the hospital when confusion clamors, and it’s not going how you envisioned. Lean on Him when that baby is up all hours of the night. Lean on Him when your toddler has peed on the floor for the fifth time in one day. Lean on Him when your little one is screaming because he’s shoved a Tic-Tac up his nose. Lean on Him when you discover things like rashes or ticks or high fevers. Lean.

You might feel tied up, but you are wrapped up in the abundance of God’s Grace.

And that place of spills and kisses? It’s Holy ground.

If I could say one thing to the young momma behind me: Your feet are tied up for a reason.

Walk slowly.

The years are precious and fleeting and littered with the gifts of His grace. Let those babies tie you up with their chubby arms around your neck. Know that your kids don’t need you to be perfect, and they don’t actually need Pinterest-inspired anything.

And, Momma, it’s okay if you limp.

Because if you are leaning on Jesus, your kids don’t see your limp; they see Jesus walking with you. 

Amanda Conquers

Amanda Conquers is a cop’s wife, mom to 3 kids, and a cheerleader for weary women. Most days, she wants to hide in her closet with her secret stash of chocolate because she feels like she’s not quite enough. But Amanda lives holding on to the hope that in spite of all her failings, God grace is sufficient for her and she shall be called an overcomer yet. You can find her writing her broken stories on her blog, instagram and facebook.
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