May 2011

Kabobs

May 29, 2011

OK, so this wasn’t exactly an extravagant meal, but kabobs are still pretty dang special for a Sunday ngiht. I was perusing the Whole Foods Website -looking for dinner ideas- when I came across a photo of kabobs that caught my attention. Kabobs are one of those delicious concoctions that are easy to make (and more »

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Beach Day

May 29, 2011

This is the good life. Beach. Sun. Sand. Love it! Derek and I spent our free Sunday in beautiful St. Pete Beach. Yes, we braved the Memorial Day crowds and tourists for a taste of sun and sand, but just like the rest of America, this was the only free day we could! 😉 On more »

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A Summer Parfait

May 29, 2011

I love Sundays. It’s rare when I have big things planned on Sundays, so they typically mean sleeping in and relaxing. Well, sleeping in, relaxing, and running. 😉 This morning Maddie and I went for a nice 3 mile run around the neighborhood. As usual, she led the entire way going as fast as her more »

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Finding THE Dress

May 28, 2011

Let the wedding planning begin! And by wedding planning… I mean dress shopping because that’s really the most important part, right? 😉 This afternoon was all about my sister and her quest for the PERFECT dress for her 2012 spring/summer wedding (no official date as been set). Her goal was just to try a few more »

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I Miss Orlando

May 28, 2011

Don’t get me wrong – I’m learning to love Tampa and have discovered some great things about the city – BUT there are some things about Orlando that will always have me running back for more. Like hour long breakfasts with Katy (where an hour doesn’t seem to be enough to squeeze in all we more »

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Failed Plans

May 27, 2011

Here’s how tonight went down. (6:00 PM) Derek: Come to Channelside tonight! I’m going to a fundraiser event first, but we can meet for dinner afterwards. Me: Ok! (7:30 PM) Me: What’s going on? Should I drive over yet? Derek: Not yet. Event is still going on, there’s a $20 donation at the door so more »

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