My heart aches. I feel as though my busy schedule allowed summer to slip out the door unnoticed. I realize I haven’t been very productive on this blog, and for that I apologize. I have some really great readers, and I am so thankful for your understanding. In truth I have been so busy, inspiration… Continue reading Summer is coming to a close.
The first drive in theatre was erected in 1933, and was located in Camden New Jersey. Since that day in time the people of yesteryear were merging their love and fascination with the booming automobile industry, with the pictures we now call movies. Long since dead, there are still a few drive ins scattered across… Continue reading Vintage Entertainment: Drive In Movies
First off, a thank you is in order. A few of my readers sent me heartfelt emails during my hiatus here on the blog. I needed some time to spend on my family, and so much has been happening, I needed a breather to focus on God leading me through the storm. So yes, thank… Continue reading Monday: Blessing Your Home
For am I now seeking the favor of men, or of God? Or am I striving to please men? If I were still trying to please men, I would not be a bond-servant of Christ. – Galatians 1:10
My Mother always said that my one job was to provide my husband with a child. And I’m starting to fear that because I have yet to do so, he has found me useless. I cook, I clean, I serve him first. I obey and listen. I thought that would be enough. I think he… Continue reading Sarcasm Saturdays 015
There has always been an appeal to me of the traditional slender waist, and full hips of the vintage figure. Almost all pre 1960’s women had some dip to their waist, whether it be from girdle, shapewear or the ever infamous steel boned corset. Because of the restriction and tight hug many corsets give, most… Continue reading My Decision To Get Back Into Tight Lacing