The holiday season is upon us and as we rush about we forget to take time to enjoy and be thankful. Enjoy our friends. Enjoy our family. Enjoy our home. But most of all, to give thanks. Be Thankful …. I am thankful for my family. I am grateful for each and every day that… Continue reading Give Thanks
In the dark of night, the winds screamed and roared. The freight train sounds declared there were tornados bouncing about. The unknown source of thumps, bumps, and bangs was the rule until morning light. The sounds of sirens, chainsaws, large trucks, and generators became a constant reminder of the night survived. Close bonds were formed… Continue reading Surviving the Storm
Some reckon Christmas in July originally began “down under” (southern hemisphere) as their seasons are the reverse of the northern hemisphere and Christmas in July gives them the opportunity to celebrate Christmas with a chill in the air. Others believe it began in the 1950’s as a purely commercial made up “holiday” to boost lagging… Continue reading 10 Things for your Christmas in July To Do List
It’s the 4th of July, America’s independence day. But why fireworks? Please read if you will this excerpt taken from a letter written by John Adams to his wife Abigail Adams in 1776. “I am apt to believe that it (America’s independence) will be celebrated, by succeeding Generations, as the great anniversary Festival. It ought… Continue reading Rockets Red Glare…….
No matter what you do – we hope you do it today! At Attic And Barn Treasures we celebrate Dad all year long! Have him stop by for a visit and see what we have for him. Click our logo below to be directed to our shop.
Today (June 1st) officially marks the beginning of hurricane season. If you live on or near a coastal area around the Gulf Of Mexico or the Atlantic you are all too aware of this. Hurricane season is a time to be aware of the weather – not just in planning your day but what is… Continue reading Hurricane Season – Are You Ready?
We are very proud of the military heritage in both of our families. My step-father and my husband’s father were both military veterans. We were raised with a strong value of the military and love for our country. Our parents knew first hand of the ultimate price that many paid – the heroes that gave their… Continue reading A Memorial Day Thank You