You always feel special when you enter Greystone, either for an event, film or to see the play
The Manor — Murder and Madness at Greystone Mansion.
Photo By: the City of Beverly Hills
National World War II Museum
The National WWII Museum opened on the anniversary of D-Day, June 6, 2000. The museum was the brainchild of the late best-selling author Stephen Ambrose, and was originally planned as the National D-Day Museum. It offers in-depth historical accounts of all 19 amphibious operations on D-Day, as well as an extensive collection of artifacts and educational material. The unique exhibits focus on personal stories and reflect on the soldiers as individuals. The museum also features a one-of-a-kind panorama to allow the visitor to feel the scope of the famous beaches from that fateful day.
Photo By: the National World War II Museum
Jolie, Phillip, Janie and Amie Sikes
Portrait of Jolie and Amie and Mom and Dad in the newly decorated living room.
Caribou garland is a unique feature of Leann Rhimes's tree at the Parade of Trees, a stunning collection of 15 spectacularly decorated Christmas trees. It is now on display throughout the resort’s nine acres of indoor gardens as part of Gaylord Opryland’s A Country Christmas.
Photo By: food.com user: NcMysteryShopper
Photo By: Cody Beebe
Tree Themed Wedding Reception Decor
Photo By: joshuaraineyphotography
Photo By: Photo by Robert Evans, courtesy of Amie and Jolie Sikes, junkgypsyblog.com
Atlanta's Artmore Hotel, Lounge
The hotel's lounge doesn't reflect the original design concept and some former residents may have something to say about that. One of the early tenants of the Granada Apartments was Atlanta native May Peel Futrelle, one of the Titanic's 700 survivors. Her husband Jacques, a former reporter at the
Atlanta Journal, did not survive. You gotta wonder what these walls would say could they talk.
Photo By: The Artmore Hotel
Handmade Indiana: Cotton Yarn Cable Knit Yoga Mat Bag
As a young girl, shop owner Debbie Pugia watched her mother knit, however her passion for knitting only started four years ago when she picked up her first pair of needles and some wool yarn. Taught to knit by her sister, who had learned to knit from her mother, she creates custom garments out of quality yarn. Each item is unique and no two finished products are the same.