We are sending out our Merry Christmas greetings to all of you for this coming week.
In the 40's and 50's you would see these cute littel hens around the house filled with candy or perhaps to hold small pieces of jewelry.
Ever hear of "balm"? Don't feel bad if you haven't, because today we call it moisterizer, or body lotion, or hand cream. Back in the 1800's however, it was call "balm".
Ok, you've made the decision to go to one of the neatest, most interesting places in the U.S. Or maybe you're still thinking on it. So, let's get down to it.
First on your agenda....where are you going to stay?
Come look and see what crafts Gina and Liz have been doing the past few months.
Okay, we’re 12 days into December. How many of you have finished your Christmas
shopping? Liz and I are still working on that one. I spent all day Saturday at the Mesa Mart, and I actually had a ball. First time ever I had fun while Christmas shopping, but how could I not. Mesa Mart has several hundred vendors, the prices are right, you can get just about anything you want there…..and everyone is so friendly and helpful. I’d tell you what I bought everyone, but they’d read it here and then the surprise would be spoiled. Just let me tell you, the stuff I bought was beautiful, well made, and the right prices.
There's spaghetti, and then there's mouth watering spaghetti! My Nani's recipe (with a few short cuts supplied by modern conveniences), will have your guests wanting more and more, and asking you "just what did you do to this spaghetti?" Well, it's Nani's secret ingredient, that's what!
Tired of seeing and eating Jello in the standard way. Make Jello, add a bit of cut up fruit? = boring! So, why not try something different? And oh so yummy!!!!!
Have you ever wanted to take a trip to somewhere so unique it’s unbelievable? Well, then hitch up your star and head for the Amargosa Opera House and Hotel in Death Valley Junction.
You will not believe it until you see it for yourself. Fascinating, beautiful, beyond belief, a jewel in the middle of nowhere. And I do mean in the middle of nowhere.