Camp Mimi-Pappy Whipper-Snappy

Our grandkids were unable to attend any summer camps in 2020, due to COVID, so we hosted our own summer camp experience for them, and we all had a blast! My good friend, Melissa, made the adorable T-shirts and tote bags for us, which helped to make for a true summer camp experience. In keeping with a realistic experience, registration forms were sent to the … Continue reading Camp Mimi-Pappy Whipper-Snappy

Streamlining That Bucket List

Bucket Lists are great, but they can also be a bit overwhelming.¬† It takes a great deal of planning, not to mention a mountain of cash, to go skydiving, take scuba diving lessons, climb the Eiffel Tower, and run with the bulls in Spain. These are not the things on my Bucket List, by the way. I have absolutely no intention of ever running toward, … Continue reading Streamlining That Bucket List

Simple Things Matter

Most of us tend to measure life’s journey in milestones – weddings, births, graduations, job promotions, retirements. We invest a great deal of time and planning¬†into celebrating these things, as it should be, for they are, indeed, joyous occasions. There are, however, many ordinary days in between those special occasions. Sometimes, if we aren’t careful, we can allow ourselves to get so caught up in … Continue reading Simple Things Matter

Prospect Fall Festival Provides Family Fun While Helping the Homeless

There’s a new way to celebrate Autumn in the Louisville area, and it combines good, old-fashioned family fun with a way to help others! The Prospect Fall Festival, held at Gingerwoods Event Hall, in Prospect, KY (next to Henry’s Ark) was hosted by Faith Community Church. All of the activities were free with a donation of certain supplies to benefit Louisville Rescue Mission. (Please read … Continue reading Prospect Fall Festival Provides Family Fun While Helping the Homeless