I remember at the age of 4 or 5 watching "I Dream of Jeanie" starring Barbara Eden and Larry Hagman. I LOVED, no change that, I was absolutely SMITTEN with U.S Air Force Captain Tony Nelson aka "Master". Tony was so LOVABLE, he would help Jeannie get out of all these problems while keeping her special identity safe. It was a great show and a great "FIRST" TV love.
Nope, its NOT a "Country" Thanksgiving Day song, but it is a T-giving song just the same. When I first listened to it, I thought- ho hum. But as I continued to watch and listen to the video, it started making me smile. It reminds me of "Call me Maybe" By Carly Rae Jepsen. Love those mashed potatoes! Take a listen- It's cute......
Wow can you believe this alligator? This picture was actually taken as an alligator was trying to get over a fence and into a nearby woodsy area. The gator is a frequent visitor at a waste water treatment plant which swims in two nearby ponds.
Another GREAT weekend for stuff for the family. Check it out.... Friday night begins the "Christmas in Lights at the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds." The Fairgrounds will be sparkling with more than a million lights in a drive thru show. Admission is 12 dollars per carload with a portion going to the KTTS Christmas Crusades! Festival of Lights Kicks off at Jordan Valley park- a progressive lighting ceremony begins at 5:30 with the Lighting of the Christmas tree then fireworks at Hammons Field Free Ice Skating at the Ice Park- Skate rental fees apply. The Fifth annual Ozarks Craft Festival at the Ozark Junior High begins 9am Saturday until 4pm. Don't miss the Ozark Christmas Parade. The theme this year is the "12 Days of Christmas!" The Parade begins Saturday NIGHT at 6pm and runs to the square. Don't forget your lawn chair and a warm blanket to snuggle in as you watch the parade pass-by. It's Winter Tree ID at the Springfield Nature Center starts at 9am Saturday. It's FREE and its for kids ages 12 and up. Sunday enjoy the Missouri State Symphony and Choirs 5th annual Holiday Concert it starts at 4pm at Hammons Hall and its FREE
We are coming up on the Holiday season in a fast way- its only 10 days until Thanksgiving and 44 days until Christmas. Are you holiday shopping yet? Hey guys and gals, I have a list of the most hated items NOT to buy for your significant other.
I got it..... here is a jump-start on what to buy not on BLACK Friday but actually before look at when Walmart is opening their doors! Thursday night at 10 pm on Thanksgiving evening! So instead of wallering around napping after dinner- get yourself OFF the couch and into the store! Sleep is so over-rated! Maybe you can get one of these TVs!! Good luck and GREAT shopping!!!
Well, the ballots have been submitted, the votes have been counted and the elections are over.... NOW for the real news.... Do YOU or do YOU NOT wear UGGS?! I guess the big fashion news is whether the soft suede boots are IN or OUT? I personally have a pair of knock off UGGS that I only wear when its snowy, I am not a fan of these boots but, because my husband bought them for me, I do wear them.
Even though we are in the month of November, still plenty of fun things to do with friends and family. Here is a short list of some area activities. Don't forget, Daylight Savings begins this weekend!!!!! Fall back1 hour!
Woo Hoo - HELLLOOOO November! I love the day after Halloween.... cheap cheap candy!!!! Yes... both Walmart and Kmart has 1/2 price candy today as they quickly clean off the shelves to get ready for more Christmas items and decorations.