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Drawing upon the rich fabric of American culture and tradition, our events help you discover the childlike qualities within yourself, your team or your organization.  Messy, yet controlled chaos is integral to our events. You'll rely on your instincts and the five senses for untethered fun.  Release the child.  Unleash the creativity.

Gingerbread Workshop

At GingerbreadWorkshop events, gingerbread and oodles of candy are the foundation. Guided by our experienced gingerbread angels, celebrate your birthdays and holidays any time of year.  We do all the planning, baking and shopping so you can focus on building memories.

Twisted Truths

At TwistedTruths events, we take ordinary truths and twist them into creative activities.  When you view the world with a twist, that's when you'll see pigs fly.  At our events, you'll not only think outside the box or re-design the box, you may even eat the box.  Never ignore the benefits of having fun.

Fussy's is the home of Fussy, a woman simply in search of  THE PERFECT…story…recipe…road trip…restaurant…WHATEVER…It has to be well executed, not complicated. It’s as simple and as complex as that. Writings and recipes are the focus of the website. Not necessarily intended for the politically correct.

Fussy's Biz

 

We believe in Community and Tradition!  Throughout the decades, we've established the following annual traditions:

DONATED WORKSHOPS

 

ST. Paul's United Methodist Church
Private event for children of the congregation

 

SAMM Transitional Housing Center for Homeless and Families In Need

Private event for resident families

 

The Ferrari Kid

Private event for children and the members of the organization

PARTNERS


- KLRN BLAZING GAVELS
- TPR
- CANCER CENTER COUNCIL's PARTNERS SHOPPING CARD

 

Program Retailer  and Donor
      **A fun way to save 20% while shopping during the

       event's October shopping period.

IN HOUSE PROGRAM - THE GINGERBREAD CHERUBS

Every year, we recruit enthusiastic students, who understand the need to give back to the community.  These youngsters, earn volunteer hours during the holiday season. Skilled and conscientious, the cherubs work side by side with our gingerbread angels at all of our donated workshops.

Excerpts From Kit's Writing

  • King Ranch - The Full Monte

    “About the time that a gray-plated mammal crossed the Rio Grande into Nuevo Santander, a river boat captain arrived in the same rugged frontier.  Within three decades the captain and the critter had doggedly expanded their own territories, across the reach of the full ‘monte’, making their marks on Texas and beyond.” -  (August 2000) Special To The Express News

  • Aboard the Jackass Line

    “Just 23 miles northwest of the Alamo, the air temperature drops slightly, signaling the climb into  the Texas Hill Country.  The first transcontinental stagecoach line made its first stop at this weather boundary, in Leon Springs. Known as the Jackass Line, this mail service linked civilization and the Wild West.  Passengers travelled space available, paying $200 per person.  In addition, passengers were required to carry a good rifle, a revolver, and a Bowie knife.  Ability and willingness to use the weapons were a must.” - (2000) Special To the Express News

  • Flume

    “A decade later after the Gold Rush of 1849, silver in the Comstock Lode, created a new crop of entrepreneurs, among them, the Silver Kings.  Two of the Silver Kings, Flood and Fair, (now lumber lords), challenged a reporter from The New York Tribune, to ride a logging flume with them down the eastern face of the Sierras. The reporter naively assumed the proposed joyride to be relatively safe. Together with a drunk carpenter, who built two troughs for the watery ride, the men plummeted down the face of the mountain. The 15 miles of flume, dropping 3,000 feet in elevation, was covered in 13 minutes. The 45 grade propelled them down the mountain at speeds of 60 mph. Two days of confinement in bed were required to get the battered and bruised men moving again.” - SAN FRANCISCO The 59ers

  • Legend of the Bloodsucker

    “At one time, in distant memory, the sunsets along the Colorado River were far more dramatic than any we experience nowadays in The West. Sunsets were incredible; incredibly beautiful, and incredibly dangerous.   As the sun painted a rainbow of colors across the western horizon, streaks of crimson clawed into the colorful canvas.  For, as the bloody streaks dominated the sky, the bloodsucker terrorized the land.” - 1993

Kit Myers LLC

PO BOX 691662

San Antonio, TX 78269-1662

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  • “About the time that a gray-plated mammal crossed the Rio Grande into Nuevo Santander, a river boat captain arrived in the same rugged frontier.  Within three decades the captain and the critter had doggedly expanded their own territories, across the reach of the full ‘monte’, making their marks on Texas and beyond.” -  (

  • “Just 23 miles northwest of the Alamo, the air temperature drops slightly, signaling the climb into  the Texas Hill Country.  The first transcontinental stagecoach line made its first stop at this weather boundary, in Leon Springs. Known as the Jackass Line, this mail service linked civilization and the Wild West.  Passengers travelled space available, paying $200 per person.  In addition, passengers were required to carry a good rifle, a revolver, and a Bowie knife.  Ability and willingness to use the weapons were a must.” - (2000)