The annual Sand Sculpture Event happened at Hampton Beach last weekend, and I had a blast seeing all the creativity and walking along the beach. These works of art each year range from the very strange to the philosophical to the endearing and pure fun! Here are this year's sand creations: Click on any image to … Continue reading Fun at the Beach, and the Sand Sculpture Event 2017!
I just got back from a trip out to IL visiting family, and thought I would share some of the highlights with you, foremost being the St. Louis Botanical Gardens. Originally we had intended to go to the old Train Station in St. Louis, which years back was a really cool place filled with shops. … Continue reading St. Louis Botanical Gardens and The Trip!
Last weekend me and my family went on a trip to Hampton Beach, where the annual Sand Sculpture Event is held. These works of art each year range from the very strange to the philosophical to the endearing and pure fun! I thought I'd share some of the photos I took of this year's event … Continue reading Hampton Beach, Sand Sculpture Event!
Christmas is a magical time in many parts of Europe. Let me take you on a tour... Back when my family lived in Italy, the holidays were one of my favorite time of year, because it meant traveling. We had no other family or relatives to spend the holidays with, and so instead we drove … Continue reading European Christmas
Yep, you read that right! In the spirit of October and all things spooky, I can't resist sharing this find. 🙂
I love carving pumpkins, even if it makes my hands sore afterwards, lol. Other places around the world are doing fun things with pumpkins too! Here are a few: (click on images to visit their websites for more photos and info)
It's time for photos and more Springfield Trip fun! I think you will like the Art Museum. The first post was My Springfield Trip, and this is part 2 via another blog award. I was nominated for the Creative Blogger Award by author Rachael Ritchey (yes, I'm finally getting around to it! 😀 ) and sweet … Continue reading More Trip and the St. Louis Art Museum
Once we left the borders of New England there was no such thing as decaf iced coffee. Every place we stopped at along the main highway said they couldn’t make it. My mother’s famous words to them: “Do you have decaf coffee?” “Yes.” “Do you have ice?” “Yes.” “Then we’ll make it ourselves.”