My Weekend Treat .. Panera Bread

For the past two weeks I have been eating like an AWESOME PERSON in hopes of losing some of my belly jelly. I've avoided going out to eat due to the option temptations that a beautifully colored menu provides. Since I've rocked for two weeks I decided it was time for me to test my will power and to give myself a little treat.My eating establishment of choice was Panera Bread. I love the freshness, quality, healthiness, and food options. Normally when I eat at Panera Bread I choose to eat the … [Read more...]

Movie Review of: A Killing in a Small Town

I love classic Lifetime and made for TV movies; I practically grew up on them. It's a shame that Lifetime rarely ever plays a classic and many of them cannot be found on Netflix or Amazon Prime. After my husband and I made a list of movies that we wish would air,  I decided to do a Youtube search and I was in luck!The first movie we selected to watch was A Killing in a Small Town that was filmed in 1990. This movie was based on a woman that was axed to death in a small town called … [Read more...]

Flashback Friday 1/24/14

Today in the Hill Country we are celebrating a no work and no school day because we are surrounded by ice. It isn't fun to take Ice pictures so I thought I would post some pictures of some GOOD SNOW DAYS from our past.Snow Day 2008Snow 2010Snow Day 2011If you are a lucky one that is blessed with snow, make some Snow Ice Cream. It is so yummy! http://familycrafts.about.com/od/creativesnacks/r/icecrsnow.htmWritten by: Aimee Fauci … [Read more...]

Excuse Me, Sir, Can You Take Our Picture?

These are words that you never hear anymore. Is it because people are afraid that the person they ask to hold their camera will run off and steal it like on the movie 'National Lampoon's European Vacation'?Could people be anti social or maybe they are afraid they are inconveniencing someone? According to Wikipedia, the photographic self portraiture became widespread in the early 1900's. Of course it was more difficult back in those days, compared to today, because you had to work with … [Read more...]