This is our souvenir from last week’s great Christmas 2010 snowstorm. (Note: This post marks the start of my first ever “Project 365” about life in Brevard in a year’s time. Anyone else ever done one? Feel free to email me your sage advice. :-)
Monthly Archives: December 2010
I’ve received many emails from people stopping by the blog (thank you all!)… Here’s one that really surprised me and made me smile: :-)
I love to read about Brevard. In 1989 I spent the summer at Camp Gwynn Valley and I have good memories. Great time! Love America!
Love from the Netherlands,
Markelo, the Netherlands
While walking around downtown today, Matt and I stopped into the Transylvania Humane Society Thrift Shop to visit the cats up for adoption… and Rachel (pictured here) was ready to play! For a very fleeting moment I was tempted to take her home, but reminded myself we’re getting a new puppy in February… but *you’re* probably not getting a new puppy, and should adopt one! ;-) Email me the pics if you do!
Transylvania Humane Society Thrift Shop, 84 East Main St. (828) 884-6577 Mon-Sat 10:30 a.m. – 4:45 p.m.
Merry Christmas, everyone! Here’s wishing you a wonderful and blessed day with your family… from me, Matt, and Lucas! Thank you for a fun first week since launching the “I Love Brevard” blog… wow, I’m surprised by the number of emails you’ve sent… thank you! Let’s have some fun with the blog in 2011 and really getting things rolling, shall we? In the meantime, have a wonderful Christmas! Ann xo
The best place to get your fun on in Brevard – by far – is O.P. Taylor’s toy store! Just ask my 10-year-old. No, actually… ask me! I enjoy going there every bit as much as he does. We were in there today. Remember those old Magic 8-balls growing up, where you asked a yes/no question, and it gave you an answer?… Like, “As I see it, yes”…. “Don’t count on it”…”Concentrate, and ask again”…. They have those! I definitely should have gotten one. Maybe next time. :-) Plus, they have Legos, sea monkeys, Webkinz, and a zillion other toys that you don’t need, but gotta have… all in the coolest old building with great creaky floors. What’s your favorite part of a trip into O.P. Taylor’s?