(This is what Moms' do ~ I'm so excited ... she might kill me for this).I love adventure. I have been blessed with daughters who love trying new and exciting things with uncertain outcomes. Everyone has seen my Ally and her horse world - that is adverturesome, but really more brave. Meghan, however, puts herself out there a little more, really steps out of the box, so to speak. She travels abroad, she camps, she plays detective and investigates. She works in corporate American and stresses terribly, but she Plays Hard too. One day, I'll let you meet her fur-children. I'm really going out on a limb and show you something. I know it's her secret and she isn't ready to share to her friends, but I'm just going to throw it out there.
This is her new project. I think it's about a 1970's Shasta. It has already been gutted and she's turning it into her traveling shop. Work is still being done on it and it has yet to be painted its new color to give it the style she wants. She gets the business head from her Dad and her creativity from her Mom. I can't tell you her little business name yet, but it is so cute (OMG!)
Meg and I went to the Country Living Fair at Stone Mountain, Georgia this past fall. That was a crazy adventure. We didn't need the truck to bring anything home, but we got a lot of great ideas.