November 30, 2010
Well, here she is in all her tacky glory...the Queen Bee! She's my little 1968 Shasta Compact camper...My Sister on the Fly friends, Anita, Susan and I dry-camped with our little vintage campers at McIntosh Reserve Park in Carroll County, Georgia. We had a great time and it was cold, cold, cold! My daughter Robyn and our three doggies slept in my little 12' home away from home...too much fun!
Above is my tiny little kitchen (pix turned out a little dark, I hope you can see it)...My favorite pink Melmac sugar and creamer and my vintage perky coffee pot is ready for my morning coffee! My trusty southern crinoline is at the front of my camper and holding up my little Adoption Doll "Bee"...as always, more is more to me!!!
I hope your Thanksgiving was a good one; I have so much to be thankful for. I don't want to end this post without asking you, my online friends, to pray for my little great nephew Colby who was fighting for his life on Thanksgiving Day in the hospital with a bone infection in his lower leg...he had emergency surgery the next day and is in great pain with a long road ahead...some of you have responded to my Facebook request for prayer for Colby and his family and I so appreciate it...check my Facebook page for updates on Colby.
As always, thanks so much for stopping by...more pix to come.