I’m not going to be stupid here and ask if you have met Stacy, the Random Cool Chick.
Stacy (the Random Cool Chick)
Astrological Sign: Sagittarius
Occupation: SAHM, Domestic Goddess, Web Designer, Gift Baskets, Dolls
Location: Small Town : PA : United States
Sassy Mama to the Princess Nagger and I enjoy writing Random Thoughts so you don’t have to think straight. I like to turn grapes and various fruit into wine – experiments with water underway.
The love potion you made tastes terrible. How will you drink it?
With a shot of tequila and lime…
So many interests so little time! I am a proud mommy of a Miracle Baby girl who just turned 6 I do web design and graphic design I also do Custom Barbies Custom Gift Baskets and photography as time permits…you can check out my websites at: www.sassydesigns.org www.savannah-haven.com and www.sassydolls.com. I love to read write create and hang out with special friends – I used to sing and write music but I now leave that to my ultra-talented hubby!
No favorites at the moment – I enjoy all types of Action/Adventure Comedy Romantic Comedy Historical etc.
I love all music – depends on my mood at the time! 😉
I’m a sucker for Historical Romance Novels and Historical Cookbooks.
As some of you know, our house was built in 1817…if the walls could talk, I’m sure they’d have plenty of stories to tell! The windows are huge, though you can’t tell from the pictures – but to give you an idea, each window is 7-1/2 feet tall and 3-1/2 feet wide. There are two in every room. They still contain the ripple glass from that era, save a few pieces that were broken or cracked over the years, replaced with ‘normal’ glass.
You are welcome to hang out by the bar we built – using 200 year old timbers for the bar top, and wainscoting from the Summer House. We even created a working hot/cold sink in the corner that is disguised as a bowl (note: the building/window you see out the window behind the bar is the Summer House out back about 20 feet from the house, aka the Summer Kitchen. I still need to take pictures of it to share, it’s where the original owners used to cook their meals in 1817 in the walk-in fireplace):