Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Christmas Day 2013

Christmas Day is a day to cherish your life. I am a Christian, and  my belief  is in the trinity of God, the Holy Spirit and Jesus. Pope Francis said that in our own lives, too, “there are both bright and dark moments, lights and shadows. If we love God and our brothers and sisters, we walk in the light; but if our heart is closed, if we are dominated by pride, deceit, self-seeking, then darkness falls within us and around us.”  Text from page 
of the Vatican Radio website 

The grace of god gave me the everlasting Jesus Christ. I am very grateful for the brilliant light of Jesus -God's Merry Christmas gift to me.  My footsteps covered in the love of God brings into a new year of 2014. 

My husband and I had a peaceful Christmas Day.  I gave him the new telephone watch, which he had fun tinkering with it. He gave me see's candy( my favorite chocolate ), the life of my dog spot and a new utility trailer for hauling my curios to vintage markets. We had coffee and the famous egg, sausage, cheese and bread dish for brunch. With more food delights to follow. Indeed, a nice day!
What are the things of your life that you cherish on this Merry Christmas Day? 

Thursday, October 3, 2013

Ruffles And Rust Blog

Ruffles And Rust Blog

I am a vendor, Vicky's Place, come on over and shop October 5 2013 at the Monroe fairgrounds.

Thursday, July 25, 2013

Playground and Golfing

On the playground and then Played putt putt golf with the boys. At the KOA yellow stone   The park made homemade fudge everyday.  Umm!!!!!

Visiting the Butt Mt. Mining museum

The boys did a hunt for answers on an answer sheet. They had fun for two hours. Owen saw a snake and I  we got scared. I think a garden snake? We voted to eat at Matt's cafe twice. 

Owen driving backwards  LOL
Conner at the memorial of Thomas Jefferson

Below Matt,s Cafe. Homemade ice cream and had delicious shakes

West Yellowstone

We stayed at a KOA for our home base.  Drove in Yellowstone and saw some wild animals.  The old faithful was beautiful. We Were at the continental divide. There were many geysers and boiling water ponds  

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Visiting the lady of the Rockies

90 feet tall lady of the Rockies follows you where ever you go in butte Mt.  We road in an old bus up a switch back on a dirt road. The lady represents mother mary. She stands 6500 miles above sea level in theRockie-mountain range.  Butte is a mile above sea level. Sean's mom has a tree planted in her memory. This is a place where mother's are honored.