The Nettle Creek Players tent theater was a summer regular during my teenage years in the small town of Hagerstown, Indiana.
Who allows themselves to be locked in a tiny room with only our wits and smarts and puzzle-solving ability to get us out?
While on our beach vacation, we took one afternoon to embark on a new adventure for all 4 of us...geocaching.
We all knew a little about this "treasure hunt" activity, but none of us knew much. Barb did a little research and signed us up on the Geocaching App as the HoosierGrayFoxes...and we were off!
Mama and I, being the party animals that we are, went to a paint party.
If you've never been to a paint party, sometimes called Brushes and Beverages or Wine and Canvas, it's where a group of people (usually ladies!) gets together to learn how to paint a picture while enjoying food and fellowship together.
Kim and I enjoyed one of our most unique Christmas gifts ever last weekend...tickets to a Murder Mystery dinner, "Greased at the Diner," compliments of our daughter Emily and Favorite-Son-in-Law Zach.
My hometown may be just a tiny dot on the map, but Hagerstown has a very nice little airport of its own and the longest grass runway in the country. In recent years they have hosted what is billed as "The Flying Circus" and Kim and I, along with my parents, took Karter and Kaden (on what was the HOTTEST day of the summer, so far!) to see what it was all about.
Saturday morning my husband Kim cleaned out the chickenhouses and hauled manure. Saturday afternoon he and I headed into Indianapolis for a fancy date in the big city.
Yes, my man is a one-of-a-kind...which is no surprise at all to any who know him.
Our son and daughter-in-law had very generously gifted us with tickets to the Broadway musical Wicked...not just any old tickets (which would have been awesome in itself), but 3rd row front and center!!!