This Saturday join me for the Grand Re-Opening of The Pizza Man of Hooksett! I will be there from 1-3pm! Fun all day long! It starts at noon, with pony rides, a bounce house, a dunk tank (to benefit Marisa Coronis who is playing in the volley ball "down under" tournament Australia this summer representing the state of NH), plus live music from Box of Nails! See you there!
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Mention me and The Morning Buzz and get $500 off any Fiat! Also they are selling my Fiat that I drove for the last 3 months! Stop by Holloway Fiat on Gold Street in Manchester and check it out!
While most babies his age are just getting their crawling legs, one baby in Australia is getting his sea legs, or ski legs to be more precise.
Ryder, a 7 1/2-month-old from Queensland, is a YouTube star after his parents posted a video of him learning how to water ski.
Though his head barely peers over the ski rail, little Ryder, strapped safely in a life jacket, stays upright above the waters of Lake Dyer in Queensland.
Just in case anyone think Ryder might be moving too fast, his parents posted an important disclaimer on YouTube.
"Please note: he is not actually behind a boat he is just being pulled along the shoreline," they wrote.
The precocious tot won't have to wait too long though. His parents say they will get him behind a boat, "next season, when it's warmer again."
Thank you to all that came out to celebrate! It was so much fun!
We have been out trout fishing a couple of times this past week. I love that I have someone to keep me company! Who would have thought a 2 year old would be patient enough to fish with his mama. I pick him up from school and ask him what he wants to do and he says, "FISHING!" It definitely puts a smile on my face!
This is the cutest thing you'll read all day.
When David Herron's 17-year-old daughter couldn't find the prom dress of her dreams, he did what any resourceful dad would do: He sat down and made her one from scratch.
The Marshfield, Wisconsin native's teen daughter Mariah had been frustrated because she couldn't find an affordable dress made from camouflage fabric. "My daughter loves to hunt and fish and be outdoors and she really wanted a camo prom dress," Herron told Yahoo! Shine. "We looked online and everything was so expensive. So I suggested that we go to a fabric store to look at patterns. At that point, I wasn't thinking that I would sew the dress; I just figured that we knew a few people who could if we asked them to."
A former military man, Herron had learned how to sew his stripes and hem his own uniforms. But making a prom dress? Totally new territory. “Mariah wanted a dress with a corseted back but the woman at the fabric store said that would be too complicated and gave us suggestions for what we could do," said Herron. "At that point, I decided to take on the challenge. My next thought was: 'Oh God, what have I done?'" But determined to make his daughter happy, he paid $97 for the material.
At home, Herron turned the family room into a sewing shop. One table served as the fabric station, another for the sewing machine. And he logged in hours studying the camo fabric and sewing instructions. "My wife would periodically ask, 'Do you need help? We should probably call a professional' but I'm a perfectionist and wanted to do it myself," says Herron. "A few weeks in, she pulled me aside and said, 'Mariah's getting nervous.' I think everyone was."
Six weeks later, the result were in: A strapless, black satin gown made from Snow White Camouflage fabric with a white underlayer and covered with black tulle. The top of the dress is lined with a thin black ruffle and a black satin bow is fastened to the back of the dress. The waist is lined with shotgun shells. Herron topped off the look with brown and white boots which he bought for his daughter.
Mariah recently debuted her winter white camo dress to attend the Marshfield High School Junior Prom. “She loves it. She even asked if I’d make her wedding dress,” Herron said. "We'll see."
A Local Support your troops Yard Sale is this Saturday from 7-2 in Danvers at the Reserve Center! All profits go straight to the unit towards the goal of having a "Dining out" which is a formal gathering for soldiers and there families to recognize and reward the guys for all their hard work!! They train specifically for disasters (such as 9/11).
There will be a hummer for families to take photos with and for the kids to sit in!! Families would even get the chance to meet a solider and take a picture (So people should bring their phones or cameras!!) there will also be refreshments and snacks for sale as well!!!
Support Your Troop Yard Sale
Run by the 468 FRG (The soldiers wives)
Saturday May 4th
72 North Street
All profits go to the unit and their families!!!