More of the Ponte Vedra Auto Show

If you like cars or pictures of them, this post is for you. Mid-Novemeber, I attended the Ponte Vedra Auto Show with my parents.

Minis at the Car Show

Tiny car show sightings - mini cars at the Ponte Vedra Auto Show

St. Augustine Alligator Farm

Neither me or Eric had ever been to the Alligator Farm before. We spend time in St. Augustine often enough, as it's about 45 minutes from where we live, but the Alligator Farm just hadn't made it on the to-do list since it's nestled beyond the Bridge of Lions. My mom gave us a BOGO... Continue Reading →

Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens

Eric and I went to the zoo yesterday and for the first time ever I came prepared with my DSLR and zoom lens.

Weekly Recap: July 25 – 31

Quite an ordinary week. Started and ended with flea markets and thrift stores. Work, cleaning, cooking and all the boring stuff in between. Some creative planning, but not a lot of creative persuing. This all makes for a very useless blog post, but I've committed. Tomorrow we're going to the zoo though and I'll hopefully... Continue Reading →

Baseball, Museums, and Feeling Good – Weekly Recap: May 23 – 29

Sunday Eric and I went to historic St. Augustine, a not too far away place that we hadn't walked through since Florida was beginning to close up. We had lunch at Florida Cracker Cafe, went to the Lightner Museum and wandered St. George Street. Monday I got a greater occipital nerve block to help with... Continue Reading →

Weekly Recap: May 16 – 22

This week was sort of a blur. Which explains why I try to write these posts as the week progresses. Full week of work, saw my parents Monday, dentist appointment, antique store, and dinner with a friend Thursday, and lots of blogging and watching MTV Catfish throughout. Yesterday came with a Tires Plus and Target... Continue Reading →

Color Revisited

So you all know by now that I was at the local Museum of Science and History the other day for a mini comic-con. I went, and dragged my friend and husband with me, mostly for their Toytopia exhibit, but a chunk of the rest of the museum remained open for exploration. - MOSH Toytopia... Continue Reading →

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