Growing up in Levittown you end up learning some things about our sections that help us get around town. They’re some of the things that endear us most about our hometown yet befuddle or amaze out-of-towners. Continue reading →
Meet Shea Andress ! Shea was our 41 Sections trivia winner. Shea is sporting her winning t-shirt from Jim and the gang at fortyonesections.com
LC: Tell us a little bit about yourself
Shea: Ok, a bit about me…!!!!!
I grew up in Stonybrook, currently reside in Magnolia Hill
I am a teacher.. my passion in life. Would be a Pediatrician as my 2nd choice!
I am married to Jim Martell.. I have 2 sons, Noah 13 & Charlie 3 & 2 stepson Jake 13, Joseph 11
I attended St. Michael the Archangel for grade school.. Conwell-Egan Catholic for HS… Holy Family University for college
We are VERY active and involved with our boys sports.. TONS of baseball with the older boys and Soccer for Charlie
My favorite place on earth is Disney World… I love being with my family! I love to go to the beach, read, shop, LOVE the outdoors, amusement parks, art & crafts.. LOVE to dance.. I am a sucker for old architecture(old school building, historic homes) could spend hours touring and taking it all in.
As my children grow older, I plan to travel.. spend A LOT more time in the South. Also, Italy, Hawaii, Greece are a few on my bucket list
.favorite shows are Parenthood & NCIS..
LC: Tell us some of your favorite things about growing up in Levittown…
Shea; Favorite thing about growing up in Levittown was the street where I grew up… we had so many kids/friends on our block & in the immediate sections that we always had something to do.. a few favorites. Swimming in the Brook Pool, man hunt, riding our bikes, going to the shopping center, walking to the old Levittown Eastern for Big League Chew bubble gum.. it was simple, but I wouldn’t change a thing, but always fun!!! My mom was great.. she always let the neighborhood hang out at our house.. we would play basketball on the driveway, listen to music as we got older. And when those street lights came on.. that was it.. we scattered until the next day!!!!! We had great neighbors. Most had been there as long as the house had been. I always felt safe.. I knew someone would be there if I needed help. I didn’t even own a house key until I moved into my own house b/c we never locked the door.. we didn’t have to!!
LC; Thanks Shea, lastly, tell us what you like about our Levittown Comfort page…
Shea; I like following the Levittown Comfort page b/c I keeps me up to date with all the happenings in the area. I like to see the events that get posted and local news.. Also, the contests and pictures keep our scary world, light! Keeps it simple.. like it used to be.. we need more of that!!
Maybe my love for books is woven into my genetic code, or maybe it originated from my ownership of a library card. Throughout my childhood, my parents frequently read stories, fables and fairytales to me.
Okay, here it is. Levittown Comfort’s next bracket challenge. This time, L-town sections will be matched up against each other to determine who takes home the cup. We will have 2 games a day, one at 10am and another at 5pm, until the Elite Eight is determined then one game a night. Here are the nuts and bolts……
With the holidays behind us, and new year looming, it can only mean one thing, it’s time to start counting calories, exercising, organizing and creating a better life. Whether you believe in making resolutions or not, January is definitely the month to just do it. From getting healthy to getting organized, January is that clean slate month.
A 5k walk/run has been scheduled for January 13, 2013. “The Ryan-Strong 5k” will take place at The Bucks County Technical High School campus, in honor of Ryan Viola, a Bucks County Technical High School senior, who lost his life in November.
One of the most glorious messes in the world is the mess created in the living room on Christmas day. Don’t clean it up too quickly. ~ Andy Rooney
I love this quote, yet only moments after opening presents, my OCD took over and I threw out all the wrapping paper at once, then began stacking gifts into neat little piles. After that, I started the pile for returns.
If you grew up in Levittown, you remember the house in Kenwood with the living room window display at Christmas time. Growing up in Levittown, it became a family tradition for many.
We spent many Christmases stopping by to see the Kenwood House. This wasn’t your everyday holiday decorating. This house was not a drive-by. The house on Kenwood Drive was a house that demanded to be seen, up close.