LONDON DAY ONE: LET THE FOOD AND BEVERAGES BEGIN

Sandy and I met at the airport around 7:00 at DFW Terminal D and after passing through security with no fatalities, made our way to the Admiral's Club. There we enjoyed a couple of drinks - Sandy a Sprite and me two glasses of wine - until we made our way to the plane. We … Continue reading LONDON DAY ONE: LET THE FOOD AND BEVERAGES BEGIN

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FOOD FOR THOUGHT

Somehow, my whole life has become food related. "What did you do for Easter?" We ate at the club. "What did you do this weekend?" Ate at that new restaurant. "What did you do last night?" Ate blue point oysters and fresh halibut. "What are you doing for Mother's Day?" Eating at a buffet where I can … Continue reading FOOD FOR THOUGHT

BALLPARK ADVENTURES

I went to a Texas Rangers game last night - courtesy of a friend who has season tickets and couldn't attend. I caught a lucky break, as the temperature for the day only reached the mid-90s, therefore, it was actually bearable (although still not what I would call pleasant) in our shaded seats.   As it happened, … Continue reading BALLPARK ADVENTURES

I COULD EAT A HORSE (SADDLING UP FOR FRANCE)

We are scheduled to leave for France in a few weeks. (Cue the panic attack regarding what to wear, how we're going to navigate, communicate, or order anything I recognize as food that doesn't involve brains or horsemeat.) The chevalier situation is actually the most disconcerting as I'm sure my husband is going to try to freak me … Continue reading I COULD EAT A HORSE (SADDLING UP FOR FRANCE)