Lovin' on my new adopted buddy. Sunny. Pooped out after a day at doggie day care.
Love to spend time on the lake with friends and no makeup. This is my bud Pam.
This grayface Reese, our rescue pooch with my husband Tim at the helm of our houseboat
I love a day on the water with a pooch...
1980's big hair party at my house in 2009... me or Marie Osmond??? You decide.
A more recent photo with my parents on our boat at the lake...
Here I am with my husband Tim and my parents Linro and Sharon Meade, waiting to watch the taping of an Oprah show about 1998.
Love the big hair?
The Meade Villa Theater was filled to capacity for the OSU vs. Michigan football game. NO ROOM left for me!
Rocco and me in the woods.
Hair in braids hanging on to a sign a fan mailed me that says "you are my sunshine" Sweet.
Robin Meade No Makeup
OK, got me with no makeup and undone hair but I wanted to share with you my latest painting creation...
The outlaws (I mean in-laws) spent Thanksgiving at my place. I need to get back to work so I can recover? You too?
Doing the artist thang... ain't Jackson Pollack, but close! My husband is not quite sure what to think of the whole deal!
I feel like a librarian! Been years since I've worn glasses.
3,500-square-foot house in the Atlanta suburbs. But the real showpiece of Robin Meade’s new domicile isn’t the home, but the fantastic 4.5 acres of magnificent land upon which it sits. Filled with mature trees and a 2-acre lake teeming with ducks and geese, it’s a piece of property that makes you forget you’re anywhere near the city.
I don’t have a decorator, I just did it myself. I enjoy that kind of thing, but I haven’t always been that good at it. I think I’m pretty good now.
What’s your style?
Mish-mash, is that a style? You know, our home in Buckhead, it was pristinely decorated. People would walk in and go, “Ooh, does a Hollywood star live here?” Everything was very swirly and gold and ornate. But we had a little lake house, about an 100 miles from here — out at Lake Sinclair — and we just noticed how our guests were so much more comfortable at that house, so when we moved into the Dunwoody house after we sold Buckhead, I just wanted it to feel more like the lake house because people felt so much better there. So this is more casual.