Christmas… that’s what I’ve been thinking about.While it may be the end of July, there’s never a wrong time to reminisce! I just entered the photo below in a contest that Things Remembered has going on Facebook. Things Remembered, a leading retailer of personalized gifts, is asking everyone to dig through their old photos, share […]
Archives for July 2011
I’ve eaten tamales from other countries, but the traditional Mexican tamales are my favorite by far! My aunt Marisela, from Monterrey, makes the BEST tamales. I’ve even brought some home with me on an airplane before. That’s how yummy they are. Preparing tamales is often reserved for special occasions because it usually turns into an […]
What really happens at dinnertime? What are your biggest challenges? Your proudest triumphs? Ragú – that pasta sauce we all know and love – is calling on moms to share their stories! As a Ragú ‘Mom’s the Word on Dinner’ ambassador, over the next few months, I’ll be doing just that – sharing with you […]
Have YOU ever done anything like this before? Disclosure: I traveled to Mazatlán, México as a guest of the Mexico Tourism Board, but all opinions are my own. Go back & read about our adventures on Twitter at #WevisitMexico & the We Visit Mexico Facebook page.
That’s my philosophy. If you could guess where I spent my weekend, you’d understand why! Follow me on Twitter and Facebook? Then you’ll know what I’m talking about. 😉 I’ve had to politely decline invitations to a few blogger events in the past. While all expenses may be paid, is a tour of [insert random […]
Monterrey, the capitol of the state of Nuevo León, is the city that I’ve visited the most in Mexico. It’s only about a 2-and-a-half hour drive from the Texas border, and about 7 hours from Austin, where my mom lives. I’ve made this trip many times, but still get excited as soon as I start […]