For the second year in a row, it’s going to be another rainy Mother’s Day. Luckily last year our family went to see the Lombardi Trophy. It was a great day at the Home of the Philadelphia Eagles, Lincoln Financial Field. We got our pictures taken with the Super Bowl trophy and then went out to Nifty Fifty’s for burgers and shakes. They gave me a free flower and it was pretty much a perfect day. I’m feeling a little less optimistic about Mother’s Day 2019. This year the weather looks pretty terrible—cold with a high of 52 and more rain. So, I’ve been scouring all over the web to find indoor Mother’s Day activities to enjoy on a rainy day.
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Every mama needs a break here and there. Schedule your next girls’ night out in Berks or Montgomery County with one of these fun femme bucket list ideas. I’ve pulled together 22 ladies’ night ideas in our area and will continue to add more as they come to my attention. Enjoy your much-deserved girls’ night and make your own bucket list with some of these ideas. (Forgive the fact that most of my photos are with my little girls! Clearly I don’t get out as much as I should.)
I always find myself in my kitchen wishing I was the person I thought I was in the grocery store. I’ve come home with arms full of salad ingredients, kale, and other produce along with the best intentions. Inevitably, a wave of wintertime illness, a busy week, or some other excuse gets in the way to prevent us from using up all of that healthy food. Thankfully, the Produce Junction Collegeville / Phoenixville PA prices are typically low enough that I’ll go back and rebuy things to try again, hoping for better luck.
Hot on the trail of a “McDonald’s play place near me”? You’ve come to the right place. I’m sure most Xennials (and Millennials) could agree that our childhoods were, naturally, the best. We grew up with the best Saturday morning cartoons (and after-school cartoons), jelly shoes and jelly bracelets the first time around, and of course, original video game systems like Atari and Nintendo, along with every system that rapidly spawned after them. And, and, and—who could forget the joys of the local McDonald’s play place, climbing up into the Hamburglar Jail Tower? Or going inside that weird Grimace thing, whatever it was. Didn’t that have bars too? Now I’m really starting to wonder about those original McDonald’s outdoor play places….