Dallas Fort Worth – Regency Dinner

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  • April 23, 2014
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We had a fancy Regency dinner in Dallas at Pappadeauxs, as an early birthday celebration for Jen. It was SO fun. The food was great, we had a private room (though the restaurant had booked a party in that room not long after us, the service was slow – which was not an issue for us, only for the party … Continue Reading →


Dallas Fort Worth – Log Cabin Village

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  • April 23, 2014
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Getting back to my Dallas trip in March. On Saturday we visited a log cabin village in regency outfits. We were a little early time-period-wise, but it was a fun place to take photos – and actually really interesting to visit. Some of the log cabins (which were moved here from elsewhere) had a lot of history to them. And … Continue Reading →


Dallas Fort Worth – Thistle Hill

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  • April 12, 2014
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I am super belated posting about this, but oh well. I was lucky enough to get the chance to visit my DFW friends for a costume weekend! Lesa picked me up, we headed to Ginger’s house to change, and then met up with everyone at Thistle Hill, a 1904 Georgian Revival house in Fort Worth, TX. We did a variety … Continue Reading →


Disney Princess Half

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  • April 12, 2014
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So this happened back in February. I am very tardy. Ok, so Doug and I hit the Magic Kingdom our first night there and got a couple hours in: Alice topiaries: Carousel and Castle: We got on Space Mountain twice and had a nice time. We stayed one night at Port Orleans Riverside, which was ok, but to get to … Continue Reading →


What I’ve Been Up to – March

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  • April 9, 2014
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So some more pics of what I’ve been up to! I’ve been a total slacker and have not yet posted pictures though everyone else has – but I was lucky enough to go visit my Texas friends for ‘s early birthday party. It was so great seeing everyone, and special thanks to and for hosting me and ferrying me to … Continue Reading →


What I’ve been up to – February/March

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  • March 29, 2014
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I haven’t posted about stuff going on lately, so let’s have a picture post! Snow! Ice and snow! My mom sent me these old pictures of me with our neighbors collie, Shanna. Doug and my ongoing quest to try the recipes in the Disney Food and Wine cookbook. These are the South Korea lettuce wraps with roast pork and kimchi … Continue Reading →


NYC, part 7

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  • March 27, 2014
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Our last morning in NYC, Katie and I decided to do something super touristy and go to the top of the Empire State Building. I have never been there when there wasn’t a line that was hours long, so I splurged on the tickets that let you skip the lines – and there was absolutely no line. Crazy. The Chrysler … Continue Reading →


NYC, part 6

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  • March 25, 2014
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More NYC! After our long day of NYC deathmarching, we crashed back at the hotel for a while. Finally we decided we needed dinner, something easy and quick. Clearly NY pizza was in order. So we headed out to check out a place I saw online. The ESB again: Pizza! Yum. After that we wandered past Bryant Park where there … Continue Reading →


NYC, part 5

After our John Lennon sightseeing, Katie and I hit the Museum of Natural History, which I haven’t been to pretty much since college. We didn’t have a ton of time but we were able to schedule in the Planetarium show, a butterfly exhibit (and you all know how I feel about butterflies) and a poison exhibit. The Planetarium show was … Continue Reading →


NYC, part 4

After the Beatles exhibit at Lincoln Center, Katie and I headed up towards Central Park to see Strawberry Fields, the memorial to John Lennon. Here’s the first glimpse of the Dakota, the building he lived in (and which he was killed in front of): Somehow in all my trips to NYC growing up, I never saw Strawberry Fields. Here it … Continue Reading →


NYC Beatles exhibit

Here are the photos from the Beatles exhibit that Betsy told us about. It runs through the spring at Lincoln Center, is free, and you could take pictures! It was awesome! First Katie and I hit the press conference:


NYC, part 3

Back to the NYC trip Katie and I took. One of the coolest things was that they had redecorated the Ed Sullivan Theater to look like it did 50 years ago. So no David Letterman, just The Beatles, Georgia Brown, and Tessie O’Shea.


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