Harlequin Mills & Boon Medical Romance Novels

Amy the Collector by Amy Andrews

My name is Amy Andrews and I’m a collector. No…that is not code for hoader 😉 – I can’t abide clutter. But there are some things I really love.

Like old china and pretty class.

glass

And since I took my sea change – anything pineapple!

pineapple

And, I’m also deveolping an obsession with gorgeous, sexy, bodalicious female figures. The white figure is from Greece, the ladies in the old fashioned swimsuits I bought in France and the yoga ladies I bought locally. Its small, as of now, but I dont think it’ll take me long to build it up 🙂

bodaciousmamas

What about you guys? Are you collectors?

Advertisements
Harlequin Mills & Boon Medical Romance Novels

What’s your thing? by Amy Andrews

7 months ago we moved (after 25 years in a big city) to a small seaside town – one not very far from where I grew up and where my husband lived for many years. I’ve lived in small towns before and one of the highlights of a small town calendar is the annual “festival”. Of course, this isn’t limited to small towns – most cities have them too, think Carnivale in Venice for example.

These festivals usually revolve around a “thing” the town/city is known for. Like the pumpkin/watermelon/corn festival if you’re in a rural area. Or the crab etc festival if you’re in a fishing town.

In my small town –  Yeppoon –  it’s pineapples. When I was a kid, Yeppoon was pineapple central. On the approach to town there were pineapples as far as the eye could see. On every hillside and spare piece of land and you could get a pineapple for 10c! Its not like that any more, but there are still significant amounts of the fruit grown around the surrounding areas.

So, we have the Pinefest every year. On Friday night we went to the Pinefest ball. And on Sunday we went to the pinefest parade. Pics belows!

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

The theme this year was pirates and, as you can see, a good time and great weather was had by all!

So, what about you? What’s your town/cities thing? Let me know where you live and what you celebrate in your annual festival.