This is certainly a busy time of year for everyone. It is also the time of year when I begin to think about the things I want to do better next year. One of them is keeping up with this blog. TwoLuLa has been a wonderful outlet for Cynthia and I to think about the creativity in our lives and post progress. Yet here it sits, unattended.
I have survived my big craft show. Sold adequately but nothing to quit my day job over. One show a year does not a business make either. I know I have much more work to make a business like this succeed, so I am not giving up yet.
Last weekend, my hubby and I and my sister Janet and her hubby went to Cape May for the weekend. We toured the Victorian homes for their holiday tour. Such a fabulous weekend!
The Thursday we arrived was sunny. So we walked the block to the beach and by the time we got there it was cloudy and drizzly. The sky remained this color for the remainder of the weekend.
In case you are wondering, the beaches south of Atlantic City did not sustain the severe damage the the rest of the beaches from A.C. up did. The beaches that are the ones my daughters frequent are devastated. Streets are sand covered. Boardwalks are gone. Ordinary people lost their homes (not the second homes you think about, but their primary residences.) Beaches are eroded. Much reconstructing is needed and it will never be the same.
While Cape May did have some flooding, for the most part, it looked untouched.
|Doilies purchased at an antiques mart.|
|We frequented this small shopping district and it's beautiful stores. I
even did some Christmas shopping. |
By far the favorite was walking past the fudge store and the ladies giving free samples.
These are a few of the beautiful Victorian homes that make this beach resort so fabulous. Did you know that Cape May is the United States first beach resort town?
|We stayed at the Carroll Villa Hotel. It is an old Victorian hotel.|
Walking for the Holiday lights tour took us in and past many beautiful old homes. Below are just a few we passed.
|That out in the water on Sunset Beach is a sunken concrete ship. Yes, it did float at one time.|
So we collected our "Cape May Diamonds" until the temperatures got to us and rain drops influenced us back into the car. All in all we had a fabulous weekend and plan to return again next year. Or perhaps pick a new destination to experience.