Some things disappear never to be seen again. These 5 Christmas decoration are not really gone. They are still out there, ready to be rediscovered.
Adoption is a wonderful thing but it does create issues that are not always easy to resolve.
(Subtitled - my teacups runneth over)
I would love to surround myself with shabby chic. Slowly but surely it's coming together.
As a little girl growing up in the 1950's, I played with my mother's button collection. I still have some of them and her button box. Now I use them to make gifts.
What a fun year, giving gifts to my secret sister while she tried to figure out who it was. She never did!
More than just a theme park, Knott's Berry Farm is our home away from home.
There are two rules regarding teardrop trailers. Read this and find out if my conforms to the rules.
Don't get me wrong, I am happy my husband has the station wagon he has always wanted. I'm just wondering, where is the Jeep I'm supposed to have?
Super cute, super easy Halloween Veggie Tray. We had so much fun with this and plan to do it again and again.
There are 100's of vintage trailer styles out there. While it's hard to pick favorites (two of them are mine), here are my top ten.
One of the easiest toys to make for children that requires nothing more than string and a button.
A vintage trailer rally would not be complete without decorated trailers and teardrops. At Halloween, we might just go a little overboard.
I find it incredibly difficult to go from point A to point B on any road trip and this was no exception. America is a big county with so much to share.
We always had fun at movie night. All our friends and neighbors were there. Lots of parallel play for the kids and adults alike.
This is a fun way to raise money for the school events while allowing the children to shop for their own supplies.
Would you buy a cookbook where you couldn't eat 99% of the recipes. We did. It is a keepsake that we will pass on.
The trip of a lifetime. Three weeks on the open road from California to Maine.
This is a debate that continues on. What do you think?
Our trailer might look a little naked in the first picture but give it time.
Just when you think you have learned all you can about your family history, some new piece pops up, This page is ever changing.
Come along and see what a Vintage Trailer and Teardrop Rally is all about.
We are a baseball family. Whether you play Pony or Little League, it's a great sport for children to grow and learn.
A different take on this popular Christmas Carol. Do you know what the words mean?
We didn't like cleaning windows but at Christmas it was another story. Glass Wax was a window cleaner but at Christmas, it was simply magical.
Riverside, California was the center of the orange boom in the 1800's.
Why does someone believe you when you say there are four billion stars but check when you say the paint is wet?
Tumbleweeds may seem very exotic to some but to us, they are a major pain in the grass.
Three different melodies to Away in a Manger, all of them familiar. Don't miss the Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppets version at the bottom. Do you know what the words mean?
My first love affair with a music group was Peter, Paul, and Mary. It never changed. Loved them then, love them now!