My 2 cents about everywhere I travel and a few other things
Author: Alice DeForest
With over 30 years experience in various phases of the real estate industry, I would like to have the opportunity to share some of the knowledge, opinions, and fun things with you. I have also had the opportunity to live in all four corners of the US . I have been a buyer, seller, tenant, and landlord in my personal life, which allows me to share first hand information my experience with real estate. I am now a settled empty nester, that is working less hours which allows me the time to write this blog and travel
I am staying one step ahead of my doppelganger. Just in case she tries to visit me before I am ready to leap into eternity, I’m prepared. If any evil is on its way, I’m prepared.
My bottle tree is sitting on my front lawn. I used blue bottles to attract the spirit, and get trapped inside one of them. There the spirit will stay until morning.
When the daylight comes and she can find her way out, the sun will make her evaporate and take the bad luck along.
The Attic Trophy sculpture by Seward Johnson quickly caught the attention of these two young folks at Harbor Town in South Carolina. Luckily they were accompanied by a “baby boomer”, that had a few twisted ankles, from practicing twirling and balance. “Hooping” was mostly done around the waist but the neck, knees arms, ankles were all challenged.
The Hula Hoop was introduced in the USA in 1958. It was made of a lightweight plastic and sold for less than $2.00. Sales exceeded 24 million.
The craze didn’t stop there. Hula hoop dance classes, exercise moves and music followed.
Today for less than $20 you can buy a Hula Hoop, an elastic bandage and hours of fun.
Granny was having fun with the toy bucket while enjoying the sunset at the beach. The little folks were digging their toes into the sand as the warm salty liquid rolled over their feet. Quick, look up!