Earlier this month, my family and I took a short road trip and visited the what’s credited as the world’s first theme park. No, we didn’t go to Disneyland or Coney Island, or a Six Flags location. We traveled to Santa Claus, Indiana, and visited Holiday World and Splashin’ Safari. Read More Checking Out Holiday World and Splashin’ Safari
Ah… it’s June, the weather is warm and the living is easy. It’s Friday afternoon, and the dreams of the weekend loom large… except when they don’t. What happens when your summer wallet doesn’t match your summer dreams? Read More Summer in Your Own Backyard
I was recently gifted a “popsicle making kit” through a blogger promotion. When I read those words, I assumed I’d be receiving some popsicle molds, not unlike the Tupperware ones my mom used in the 1980s. What came in the mail could not be anything further from a simple plastic mold. Read More WeTry It: Zoku Quick Pop Maker
Here in the Midwest, most schools start in the middle of August. There’s always moaning and groaning as school buses have to drive students by the state fair that isn’t quite over yet, but there is one advantage.
School is usually over by the end of May. This year, my daughter is done with school on June 3, and that’s considered late. Read More Looking Forward to Summer Fun