Sunday, November 11, 2018

Iconic Monster Sweatshirts- 'Leave it to Beaver' Style!

Shock your school with 'Leave it to Beaver’ Monster Shirts,
finally available after 56 years!

Be as cool as rebels Beaver, Richard, Whitey and Alan by wearing your rule breaking monster apparel every day!
These delinquent decadent designs of the 1962 legendary episode ‘Sweatshirt Monsters’ are available exclusively on Treadless!



If you never saw the peewee version of ‘The Wild Ones’ on tv and are a little confused about what I’m yacking about, watch it for free @


I did see it as a youth, and immediately salivated over the surfin’ wild Rat Fink-like graphics, but sadly, they only existed in tv land. According to Tony ‘Wally' Dow, a talented stagehand actually painted the iconic incredibly icky shirts that you see hanging in the window at Tildens. It took me 56 years to get around to doing my best to replicate those cool duds, and through Threadless, you can finally get all four Beaver horror heads printed on pretty much whatever your heart desires, including grey sweatshirts!























Thursday, October 18, 2018

Look Good and Feel Good! Treat Yourself to a Makeover Today!


I love blazing trails, going for who you are, and owning it!
Hat’s off to Dr. Freda V. Crews,
host of ‘Time For Hope’ on her intense personal make-up choices!
I’m guessing I might not be on board with everything/anything on her religious TV program, but just on a visual level, she’s made the world more interesting!
High-Five!






Drive-Ins Are Your BEST Entertainment Value!

Drive-In Delights!
On my quest to do everything I want to do under the guise of doing it for my son, we finally made it to The Cascade Drive-In and the McHenry Drive-In for two evenings of movie-going fun! At the McHenry Drive-In Theatre for Batman ’89, if kids came dressed as their favorite superhero they got free popcorn. The concept thrilled Aiden, not thinking that all the popcorn he gets is free! :-)
The last time Aiden enjoyed a movie under the stars was Return of the Living Dead, but luckily for worried childcare caseworkers, he was just months old and mostly looked at the sky before he fell asleep.
A 5-Star recommendation for ANY drive-in, so make the family trek to yours (even if it might be a 90 minute drive)!