Hello, my Littlefinders! It sure has been a while since my last post, but I can’t tell you how good it feels to be back. I had forgotten how much joy this blog brings me. I will spare you the details from the past ten months, but needless to say, I am back and ready to keep sharing content with you all!
I know right now we are all going through hard times, but I hope my posts can bring you some happiness and a little break from this craziness. With that said, about a month ago, I got to be a commentator on TMZ. It was short and sweet but such a fun experience. I am scheduled to be back next week, and I have received tons of questions asking me how I originally go on, so here is the tea.
Back in February, I went to LA to celebrate my bachelorette party. There are so many sightseen tours, but I just knew we had to do the TMZ one. I have done it in New York and two times in LA. It’s a combination of sightseeing, pop culture, and the TMZ show coming to life on a tour bus with TVs and a super fun tour guide.
Hello, My Littlefinders! I hope you are ready for the week of thanksgiving! It’s time for food, family, and of course, the 46th Daytona Turkey Run! This event is one of my favorite events in Daytona and a great way to kick off the holiday season. So what can you expect this year?
Of course tons of classic cars. Over 6,000 of them:), plus a massive swap meet!
Meet Rick & Kelly Dale from “American Restoration” on the History Channel and get that instagram photo to make all your friend jelly! You can stop by to say hello and get an autograph on Friday, Nov 29th & Sat, Nov 30th from 10am-2pm.
Are you a beer aficionado? Taste more than 20 different beers from 48 different brands at the Hops & Hoods Craft. The beer festival will be on Saturday from 12pm-4pm.
And you are a fan of “The Munsters”, you can meed Butch Patrick aka Eddie Munster. I met him before and he is so fun to talk to, plus has some kick ass classic cars!
These are just some of the highlights, but there will be a lot more where this came from. The 46th Daytona Turkey Run is presented by White Diamond and is sponsored in part by Mecum Auctions and Spectrum. Admission is $15 Thursday through Saturday and $10 on Sunday with free parking. Children under 11 are free.
Show hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday. Free parking is available at the Daytona Speedway all four days. You can get more information at www.TurkeyRun.com.