Sep 22, 2017

Hello's From Branson ~

Life isn't meant to be easy.  It's meant to be lived.
Sometimes happy, other times rough.  But with every up and
down you learn lessons that make you strong...

After all, Branson does have pretty sights.  I love passing by this Hollywood Wax Museum. 
Hollywood Wax Museum is a landmark on Highway 76 in Branson, Missouri,
the live entertainment capital of the Midwest and the only wax
museum in the country devoted entirely to celebrity figures.

A recent multi-million dollar renovation has brought more star power and
dynamic style to the attraction, located in the Hollywood Entertainment Center
on the strip. Branson visitors can now get close to some of the most famous
people in show business and step right into the spotlight with icons
of the silver screen, recreated so faithfully that you'd swear they
are were alive. Hollywood Wax Museum in Branson MO houses
tons of uncanny replicas of your favorite movie and TV stars.

Little by little we are hoping to see more of what's in Branson.  Like the
Branson Showboat.  Arvid and I have tickets to go on it. Enjoy the
evening cruise, the dinner and show that comes with it.

I don't feel good.  Not knowing what's happening with my sister does not make
me want to do much.  Difficult to concentrate.  Happy she is all right, but really
want to talk to her.  Hear her voice.  I need reassuring and only she can do it.

The so called cooler days are gone.  It is back to full blown summer in Branson.
Sunny days are back with cooler evenings.  Not sure it can get any better than this right now.
  Sniff Sniff is into chasing a string these days.  He has got me so trained.  As soon
as I walk into the house he will let me know what he wants.  These days it's not food first. 
It's playtime first, second and always for him.  I love our Sniff Sniff.

Goodbye Summer.  Hello Fall.
Everyone should take time to sit and watch the leaves change color.

Memories are bullets. Some whiz by and only spook you. Others tear you open
and leave you in pieces.  Remembering is easy. It's forgetting that's hard.