Andrew and I decided to explore San Antonio last weekend. It was only a 3 hour drive for us and we got a killer deal on a river front hotel! We were able to walk or take a river taxi from our hotel which made everything so much easier.Read More
What’s the best way to warm up in the winter? With a cup of hot chocolate, of course! Okay, I know some of you were thinking whiskey, but when you love chocolate and you love booze, choose Blue Chair Bay Rum!Read More
The other day I stopped at the Dollar Tree to pick up some things… and the Dollar Tree had some awesome Halloween items out! I decided to pick up enough “Happy Halloween” love to send to my nephews!Read More
Woohoo!! For the next 6 days, Andrew and I will be West Coast bound!! We are celebrating Andrew’s birthday and taking our first married summer vacation! We will be staying 2 nights in San Francisco and 3 nights in Lake Tahoe with the possibility of a late night drive to Reno for some casino hopping! I’ve done so much research, planning and Grouponing to make the most out of our trip! I’m literally overwhelmed with excitement! AHH!
As much as I truly love to blog, I will not be being blogging while on my vacation. I'm leaving my laptop at home because I want to completely focus on Andrew and our vacation time together. You can keep up with my adventures on Facebook or Instragram!
PEACE OUT TEXAS!
Houston is one of the largest cities in the nation ranking in at #4 on the list! Andrew’s parents decided to visit us this summer so ultimately we came up with a list of must-do’s based off their personal enjoyments!Read More
After work, Andrew and I just want to eat and relax. We are both finally entering our career field so we are both working long and sometimes stressful hours. We both try to motivate each other to do things after work if we have the free time instead of binge watching Netflix.Read More
Andrew and I attended the Coast Guard Foundation Inaugural Houston Awards dinner last Friday. We were so honored to be asked to attend! We really enjoyed the event and met some of Houston's finest people!Read More
The Beer Can House project started in 1968 when John Milkovisch decided he was tired of keeping up with his house so he began adding aluminum siding. Ripley's Believe It or Not estimated that over 50,000 cans help established this monument.
Andrew and I stopped by the house after work... It was so strange because it is in a neighborhood with nice new homes. Check out the photos I captured!