Here it is today, over 41 years old
Just yesterday while going through the recipes I found another that Mama had written. I have never cooked it and didn't even know it was in there. I'll have to cook it and share later. What a great Thanksgiving surprise. I would take nothing for it especially since she recently passed away.
Don't you think that is a great idea? It doesn't have to be at a shower. The next gathering have your friends and loved ones to write down some of their recipes for you. You won't be sorry to have it and in their own handwriting that is priceless!
This is what my box looks like today, after my recipe search for Thanksgiving.
I really need to organize and clean it up!
My contribution to the box at that shower 19 years of age and wow look at the horrible handwriting!
Check out the prices of this fast food restaurant.
My maid of honor with her contribution.
Skyview one of our very favorite Drive-Ins
The Sky View Lives on as Cruise the View
Story by Brenda Harrison and article today Dec. 1, 2013 as a matter of fact.
A special note the drive in was featured in the movie "Shag"
Check it out, and check out the price in 1972 for a chicken box!
You might as well watch these videos with a few scenes from The Sky View, and some of Myrtle Beach too.
It is appropriate that "Shag" was made in South Carolina. After all the shag is our state dance. We have the best beaches in the whole world. Florence is a pretty good city too!
ShagSouth Carolina designated the shag as the official state dance in 1984. The Shag is a type of swing dance that developed during the 1930's and 40's combining nimble footwork with upbeat rhythm and blues (known as beach music, which is recognized separately as a symbol of South Carolina).
Shagging originated at open-air beach parties on the North and South Carolina coasts (North Carolina also recognized the shag as a state symbol in 2005).
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