Here is a story I am rather ashamed of.
One year, a long, long time ago, there was a primary election for Mayor in our town. I knew one of the candidates. He wasn't really a friend, but a little more than an acquaintance. I knew he was running for Mayor but I didn't take the time to vote that day. It was a primary and those really don't count right? Guess what peeps. He lost by ONE VOTE.
I learned my lesson.
A few years ago a friend/acquaintance was a candidate in another election and not only did I vote, but I told my Shug to get in the car, I drove him to the polls and told him to get in there and vote. He wasn't going to. Guess what? This 'friend/aquaintance' won by TWO VOTES.
THESE ARE TRUE STORIES.
I HAVE LEARNED MY VOTE MAKES A DIFFERENCE.
And if you live in Noblesville, please vote for Theresa Caldwell for Trustee.
I'm 59. A wife, a beekeeper, a gardener, and a crafter. I like to read; novels and old cookbooks with history in them are my favorites. I've been married for 21 years to a loving, hard-working man, who makes me laugh. We have a little dog that was found dumped in a park, and given to us. He is a boy, but has a girl name. Sorry Dixie. (could be uni-sex I suppose)
We have decided to take a journey together and build a new home on some land we purchased a few years ago. We are building the home ourselves. In 2016 we moved to the main level of our new home. I've created "The House on Hilltop Farm" blog, so I can record the house building journey. The Bee Lady from Hilltop Farm is about everything else going on in my life.
Nice to meet you.
So, I showed my niece my new (old) camper and she said, "I love the name coral belle. Coral reminds me of the ocean and the color of the camper reminds me of the color of the water in the ocean." (Out of the mouths of babes!)