My husband has always been cheap, but I guess every man has his Achilles Heel. Black Wax Café and Studio Black American Vintage is Rooster’s soft spot.
We also thought about visiting an antique shop once we got to Fort Wayne. Thus, the Stained-Glass Lighting adventure started.
When I walked through the door and stepped into Jake’s Antique and Vintage Mall, I felt like I’d entered the world of eBay without the use of the internet.
Then, COVID-19 brought everything to a screeching halt. Therefore, we gave up all hope of solving the mystery of what was so special about Greentown glass.
The siege of the yellow-jacketed army ended this morning when my New Normal heroes pulled up in front of my house armed with a bucket truck.
Rooster and I had the pleasure to tag along. Therefore, members of our family spent an enjoyable Sunday evening at Ford’s Garage.
wrote the James Dean Trail a month after Rooster and I went on the adventure. An element of serendipity added unexpected pleasure to our ride.
Some unknown government agency developed a secret plot to drive everyone in the neighborhood crazy. I’ve had enough of Construction During the New Normal.
our daughter called and suggested we meet her and her husband at the Original Treasure Mart in Kokomo. Rooster set his phone’s GPS for 1201 E. Vaile Avenue, and we spent Black Friday at the Original Treasure Mart.
If you have read any of my month-long blog posts in November, thank you for stopping by. I will confess I did a lot of the work in October simply to save time for me to participate in NaNoWriMo. I know my offerings wouldn’t be considered great works of literature, but I did have funContinue reading “Thank You for Stopping by”