Happy Halloween! I mean this picture can only mean that Halloween is like next month, right?
Yes…this is what I found when I went food shopping. WTH? This is just way too early people!
Since the Declaration of Independence was actually made on July 2, 1776 it seemed like a good thing to do visiting a part of Colonial History 🙂
It was hot and humid but was worth the visit. The Keith House housed both American and British troops during the War of Independence. A lot of History passed the grounds of Graeme Park.
On July 4th I hung out with the Puppy and got our Patriotic look on!
Fireworks, bbq, family and friends…it was a great long weekend!
Memorial Day isn’t really a day about parades and picnics. It’s about remembering those service persons who fought for the idea of freedom and paid the ultimate sacrifice. People like SSG Larry S. Pierce.
SSG Pierce was awarded the CMH. He was only 24 when he lost his life to protect his fellow soldiers. Thank you SSG Pierce and his family. America owes you a debt of gratitude.
In my town the local Post sponsors a parade, picnic and Memorial which includes reading the list of fallen from Our Town. Remembering our heroes.
Today we celebrate a great man of History, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
He was a man of action, a man of thought and deed and a man who had the gift of being able to speak to all people. He will always be known as the man who made America understand Civil Rights for all people.
We know the story of his life and his death but to his family he was Husband and Father. They shared him with the world in life, death and grief. Today I remember his family who lost so much that day in April. The world lost a leader but nothing will ever be more than losing family.
It is on this day we try to remember as Americans that we are all in this together. It doesn’t matter what color, religion or ideology. We are of the human race. We are responsible for the well-being of not only ourselves and our family but of those of our community.
His message might fall on deaf ears but it’s a message we should never stop believing in or sharing. All men are created equal. The least of you are my brother and as a community we should hold onto these messages during dark times.
Bean surprised the family with tickets to see “A Christmas Carol” in town at the Historical Walnut Theater.
The cast was amazing and the musicality was on mark.
The one thing that shocked me was how scary ‘Old Jacob Marley’s Ghost’ was and that the children would be as equally shocked, lol.
Maybe it was the booming thunder or the flashing lightning when he came into the room. All I know is that it left many seats unoccupied when the smaller ones jumped onto the laps of Mommy’s and Daddy’s, lol.
All in all it was a 5 star performance by the Walnut Street Players! Well done!
This weekend definitely held the Christmas Theme for us. On Saturday, we went to Hope Lodge to share in a little Christmas Cheer…Colonial Style.
The Volunteers who run this grand old mansion did an amazing job with decorating. They covered all of the time periods that the house was in use. From Colonial to Modern.
Miss Erin dress up in Colonial garb to keep the illusion going.
I love trains. This everyone knows, so to see a train going is aces for me.
They even displayed metal trains from approximately 1920’s-1930’s. It was a wonderful Time.
The many adventures of a Troll and his friends.
Poetry & Medicine
delivered directly to my computer monitor on an all too regular basis...
A world of film, a house of stuff.
Reading a book a week
I think I may have made a mistake...
Putting the "blah" in blog!!
Did You Do A "Something Every Day" Today?
The Cricket Pages
musings of a generous foodie.
A cacophony of words, a rage of similes, and a dash of awkward poetry. You know, to keep it classy.
Just another WordPress.com site
Beautiful photos of hiking and other outdoor adventures.
Because "Rants and Raves" was already taken.
Exploring Irish Emigration in the 19th Century United States