Category Archives: Holidays

Candy Canes…

It’s been 12 days since we got engaged at Disneyland.. 12 whole days!!! Which meant it was time for another Dland trip of course. Thanks to my curiosity and love for watching food being made I grabbed Brett and ran over to the large crowd forming in front of the candy shop window. (There’s always […]

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Thursdate: How the Grinch Did Not Steal Christmas

I have been waiting to feel the Christmas spirit but I have decided it’s just too hot around here to really feel it. I’ve been trying to force it on myself but it just doesn’t work like that. I’m happy to announce that tonight’s Thursdate did it for me. I am officially “in the Christmas […]

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Halloween

I can’t believe Halloween has already come and gone! We had a last minute costume change this week so I was up until ungodly hours sewing last night. I won’t say who had the last minute change of mind that required hours of sewing and scrambling from me the night before Halloween…. It was totally […]

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Pumpkin

This is my favorite time of the year and I’m soaking up every minute of it! Tonight Brett surprised me with a homemade “Thursdate” dinner for his mom, grandma, and I to enjoy. I was so proud. He cooked a cheese cider fondue, a pumpkin “Ghoulash” (beef stew slow cooked IN A PUMPKIN), and made […]

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Oktoberfest

Tonight was a blast!My family’s out of town and the house is empty:( so I had L&L over!Brett and I made them a delicious dinner. We had sun dried tomato and goat cheese stuffed chicken breast with orzo and a shallot and basil sauce. We also made them the cheesy delicious Red Lobster cheddar biscuits! […]

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Halfaversary!

Yesterday was mine and Brett’s Halfaversary, 3 years and 6 months of awesomeness.We celebrate this every year and we always do it the same!We had dinner at Mrs. Knott’s Famous Chicken Dinner (If you haven’t been to this place, GO!) Then we went to Knott’s “Scary” Farm and screamed our heads off. I swear Brett’s […]

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