I'm sure each of the cities you live in probably have several dinner theaters. We have several but we have season tickets to one in particular.
Our 51st Wedding Anniversary was celebrated seeing the Million Dollar Quartet. Just up our alley because these entertainers became famous during our teenage years. Elvis, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny Cash, such a fun show.
They were posing for shots after the performance. Jerry Lee put on a great rendition--I love his antics.
Well that round zippedby don't you think?? Letter Z can be a tricky one so if I see anything with z I snap a picture.
A few weeks ago saw this car zipping by and got my image.
Have you zipped by this summer and had a vacation? We are planning to go to the lake in a few weeks just to float on an inner tube and do some fishing. Just some relaxation time. Excited to start the new adventure at our new location--good luck to everyone!! Linking with ABC WEDNESDAY
Something fun to remember today about my childhood. In the 1950's there was a children's show called "Winky Dink and You". I can remember watching it on Saturday mornings and playing along with Winky Dink.
The host was Jack Barry and he along with Winky would create stories for us to solve. Bill Gates applauds this show as the first interactive TV show.
You had to actually order a special packet with a vinyl plastic sheet included that would stick to the TV screen to play along. You would trace on the screen to attach whatever you needed to help solve the story. I can't remember is special markers came with it.
Many kids wrote directly on the TV screen to their parents horror!! (my husband says he was one of them).
Most of the TV sets were 17" and of course black and white.
The show lasted until the end of the 1950's many were afraid of what affects the TV tubes would have with X-rays on the viewers.
So many fun shows back then, I long to see more wholesome subjects for today's youth but I'm afraid that video games are here to stay---we just have to be vigilant watching what they are playing.
Variegated is an adjective in foliage means having or consisting of leaves that are edged or patterned in a second color. Multicolored plants are my favorite and they usually catch my eye at the nursery.
These are some of my yard plants that are variegated this year.
A trusted Lillium which comes back prettier every year.
This Coleus is in a planted box on my front porch. I love the ruffled edges.
I also love a VARIETY of color in one plant. You get that with Rose Moss which hangs in metal planters on a brick wall in the front.
I love the soft pink, violets and oranges in this plant.