Tiny House Nation stand up!!! Ha! I could never live in a tiny house, I suffer from the first world condition of having too much junk. However, anytime I find a TH marathon on, I am hooked. I watch and critique and every time I see a family of more than 2, I think "how in the hell are they going to make that happen!?" But every time they make it work...like magic, they build tiny luxury. During the latest marathon, it clicked to me that we have a dang on a tiny house in our house.
Fireside pizza is located in the historic Walnut Hills neighborhood. It is housed in a former firehouse and it gves you a hipster vibe and feel. It showcases the history of the people who once worked, slept, and ate there. If you look against the back wall, you will see the original fire pole that is nostalgic for many when they think of firefighters. Both of the kids asked if they could slide down and Avery searched the venue (from her seat of course) looking for a way to get to the pole.
In April, Avery and I were invited to participate in an online campaign for My Black is Beautiful a campaign through Proctor and Gamble, and the session was nothing short of amazing.
Putt Putt Golf or Mini Golf is not a pastime that many people get into anymore. I have fond memories of late nights in the summer playing Putt Putt as a teen. So we wanted to take the kids to experience this old school treat.
We watch a lot of TV in this house…a lot. More than I care to admit sometimes. TV is not what it used to be back in the day. The plot lines are developed with sophistication and offer a depth to characters that we didn’t see 20 years ago.
On May 21st our family woke up just as we do every Sunday. We dragged our feet, brushed our teeth and attempted to get ready for church. Halfway through the Sunday ritual my son finished first and asked for a technology ticket ( I will explain those in a later post).