It’s not impossible but it’s definitely a little harder to find unique, quality coffee shops (AKA not Starbucks) in our suburb area. Next on my list of nearby coffee shops to visit was THIRD GEN COFFEE. This one is located in an older Continue reading “A Review: THIRD GEN COFFEE”
Dill and I always look forward to family vacations with the Dimmitt family. When we were dating, we went to Las Vegas and saw the Grand Canyon, and last year we went on my first cruise experience. This year, we headed to Disney World! The last time I was here, I was about 15 years old and after that, Disneyland has been my place. Since then, there have been so many changes made at Disney World, I could barely recognize and remember each park. Perhaps the most unrecognizable was Hollywood Studios, since so much of it is under construction (more on that later).
We had four full days at the parks, so we had plenty of time to get things done.
I’m tackling two days in each post – which is A LOT. So let’s get started! Continue reading “Disney World: Days 1 & 2”
If Joanna Gaines opened a cafe in Conroe, this would be it. Wall to wall shiplap, soft white paint, greenery sprinkled throughout, and light wood accents. Finding unique coffee shops or cafes around the suburbs is a fun game I like to play. It seems our area goes through seasons of opening fun new places and then seasons of nothing new. FLOUR-ISH has been on my list to visit for a couple months now, so I took Continue reading “A Review: FLOUR-ISH”
Apparently it’s not physically possible for me to be in Southern California without stopping at Disney — Dill and I have gone three times together in two years. As promised from my Southern California post, here is Continue reading “Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Recap”
To celebrate our two year wedding anniversary (a month early), Dill and I took a trip in late September to Southern California. Continue reading “Anniversary in Southern California”