To start, let me confess that I hail from The 'Burgh. While my beloved Steelers botched their season and won’t be going for a super 7th ring, I still bleed black and gold (after all, there’s always hockey.) The rest of our office is divided with a handful of Tampa Bay Buc buffs, some Jacksonville Jaguars fanatics, and of course, a few elated Pats fans sprinkled in. They are the ones walking around with sh!! eating grins (I’m lookin’ at you, Marvin.)
Dad. He’s always been your no-fee ATM, your Mr. Fix-it and superhero. And let’s be honest, you weren’t always daddy’s little angel. Frankly, at times, you were a complete assailant to his esteem.
Raise your glass if you agree that 2017 was a doozy. Perhaps not as utterly shocking as 2016, but a doozy all the same.
Planning and hosting a holiday party typically equates to two things in the mind of the host: a drained wallet and/or a necessary vacation after the event.
Fake spider webs adorn trees and windows, and every corner holds the promise of pumpkin-spice something or other. It’s officially fall in Florida and Halloween is just days away.
If by now you are quickly approaching your 100th view of the Game of Thrones trailers and you are ready for the Sunday night premiere, then you've come to the right place.
Do you have an impromptu dinner party? Maybe you put the wrong date on your calendar? Or you could be like me, and you simply forgot the grocery list at home only to get back to your house and realize that you forgot the main ingredient for the dessert you were planning on making for your dinner party!
Nothing goes better with summer weather than a tall glass of iced tea, especially if you're from the South and it's sweeter than honey and thick as molasses. Living in Florida, however, we aren't as Southern as some of our northern neighbors--well, we're southern, just not Southern. But that doesn't mean we can't celebrate National Iced Tea Day tomorrow. So in honor of this midweek holiday, we're prepping our ingredients a day early--it's never too soon to start planning. Here's what you'll need to add a little Florida charm to your iced tea party.
Cinco de Mayo is the holiday that really launches spring into summer—not only does it come in a month of college graduations and the eagerly anticipated arrival warm weather, but it is without a doubt the most colorful and celebrated of all holidays.