My story - "Ripped Pants" - has been choosen for the new book "Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Magic of Mothers and Daughters." I am so excited!!
The book is available for pre-order on Amazon - the book will be released March 13, 2012!
This is a story about a lesson I learned from my wonderful daughter, Christine, when she wore a pair of ripped pants to school one day. Thanks so much to Christine for the inspiration to write something that will now be published in a mainstream book!
Friday, October 14, 2011
Thursday, October 13, 2011
The address is Camp Ground - 5486 Cummins Ferry Road - Versailles, KY 40383 - from 10am until 5pm.
Monday, October 10, 2011
And don't forget to check out my website, Bobbi Dawn Rightmyer
Sunday, October 9, 2011
Our booth at the Harrodsburg Fall Arts Festival
The Arts Council of Mercer County held their 3rd annual Fall Arts Festival this weekend at Old Fort Harrod State Park. This is the first year the show has ran for 2 days, Saturday and Sunday. In addition to wonderful entertainment by storytellers, bands and singers, there were numerous art vendors, as well as plenty of activities for the children.
Enjoying the beautiful day
We had a good weekend selling the book. Thank you to everyone who came out and bought a copy of Harrodsburg (Images of America) and the chapbooks Bobbi's Mercer Memories Vol. I and II. We also would like to thank the people who came out for Debra Watts' new childrens' book CARter CAR and His Wild and CARazy Birthday; she had a great weekend as well.
Blueberry Cobbler Soy Candle from CHL Scented Creations
Also, our new friends Lisa and Cricket - the Candle Ladies - from DHL Scented Creations, where there with their delicious smelling soy candles, tarts and air fresheners. It's nice to kick back with good friends and have a great time.
Thank you ACMC for a great fall weekend and a great Fall Arts Festival!
Black Leather air fresheners from CHL Scented Creations
Friday, October 7, 2011
I have a tendency to become hooked on certain television series, but ususally it takes a few episodes to hook me and then slowly reel me in.
Last night my hubby and I finally got to watch the pilot of American Horror on FX and I was sucked in from the opening scene. This show is going to be go unbelievably cool, I can't wait for the next show. It's creepy, psychologically haunting and downright scary. There have been many other attempts at shows like this, but FX has perfected the formula for the perfect horror show for the small screen.
For an excellent summation of the first episode, Crave On Line does a great job. I don't know much about ratings, but I do know what I like, and this show had it all. There was the "I see dead people" Down's Syndrome girl in the first episode - check. The creepy twin, red-headed wrecking balls - check. A house with a like of its on - check. Body parts and other gross things stored away in glass jars in the basement - check. Oh, and did I mention the maid? To the wife she looks like a sweet old lady, to the husband she is seen as a seductress - way creepy - check. The whole premise of the show is creepy and I love creepy. I don't like in your face blood and gore horror, but this type of psychological horror is right up my alley.