My name is Chris and I am a woman who is super frugal and child-free by choice. I ride vintage Harley Davidson motorcycles and love old Mopars and Chevys. I give product reviews and recommendations to other like minded individuals. I support those who support me.
Together with my husband we make sure that OLD IRON NEVER DIES!
Good things happen to good people and I am here to prove you can be cheap and still live an amazing life!
LOVE this time of year. Time to gather and enjoy local fruit. We drink peppermint tea in the winter so we have found a local swimming hole to gather mint. It tastes WAY better than what you buy. I then dry it and store it in glass jars.
A real treat this year is we have found a raspberry bush or according to Google, wineberries! Either way it is way cool and something totally different!
Since I've went to Mopar it has been on my list to get a MOPAR tattoo. Several weeks ago I decided to cover-up my blue Chevy bowtie, the first tattoo I ever got, which was around 2003. I loved it when I had it and it symbolized not only my love for Chevy, but especially for my blue 1978 Z/28, "Mean Streak".
Since I like to move forward, I figured it would be best to go ahead and cover the Chevy ink.
I sent my tattoo artist, Dessa Blackthorn, owner of Tattooz by Sassy in Mountain Home, Arkansas a few ideas, mainly centered around my keychains that I have for both of my Mopars.
When I arrived, she already had drawn a design out and I absolutely LOVED it. If you know me, I hardly ever love ANYTHING, So I was super excited.