Texas! Oh Texas! You have been to good to us lately! As you know Andrew and I traveled to Texas in October for our 3rd Anniversary. You can read all about it here, or here, or here. We loved everything about our trip and to date it is still my favorite trip of all time. (In…… Continue reading Texas: The Lone Star State
It is officially Christmas Time! I love love love this season. I love spending time with family and friends, and this year Andrew and I will start a brand new set of traditions. This is our first Christmas in Kentucky as husband and wife, and we are really excited to not be traveling back in…… Continue reading 4 Christmas Traditions!
Thanksgiving is always my favorite time of year. Lots of family and friends, and lots of being happy and thankful for what you have. And of course lots of food! Who can forget food! But for a small part of my family, Thanksgiving can be crummy, because it means all kinds of food they can’t…… Continue reading Apple Crunch Dessert-Gluten Free Option
People who have spent time with me know that I love mushrooms. I love them so much that I think I could eat them on everything. People who have spent time with Andrew know that he hates mushrooms, and can pick them out of EVERYTHING. There is no hiding them, he will find them. But…… Continue reading Chicken Marsala
So I had a ton of almost empty baking ingredients and a ton of time on Saturday to figure out something to make with them. I have said before that I am terrible when it comes to baking, but I love to bake. I’m not sure how that works, but still I love to bake.…… Continue reading Unicorn Cookies
While staying in Pawhuska, Oklahoma the hotels were limited. We found an adorable Bed and Breakfast, and were able to book a room. Lucky for us we were able to stay in the Drummond Suite, and the family that ran the bed and breakfast was adorable. The rooms were big, and the house was old,…… Continue reading Grandview Inn Bed and Breakfast
Our whirlwind of an anniversary trip started out in Dallas, Texas. When you go to Dallas you have to make the hourish drive south to Waco. While we weren’t as lucky to met the Gaines family at the Silos we were able to explore and see everything the Silos has to offer. So here is…… Continue reading Visiting the Magnolia Silos