You know me…it’s all about the details 😉
Mmmmm, Marmite! I tried it on a “you should try it” not-quite-dare and was told it’s either a love-it or hate-it thing. I have to admit it tasted a bit strange at first. Very strange! I didn’t hate it, but I didn’t love it either. But at about $6 for a tiny little jar of this stuff, I figured it’s worth another try. And the more I ate of it, the more I liked it. Now I don’t want to live without it! 😉
On Mother’s Day we drove all the way to Grapevine, TX to do a little shopping at the British Emporium and I found a giant 500g jar of it! That should last me a week or two 😉
What about you? Have you tried Marmite? Do you love it? Hate it?
Lucky for me, hubby is not a big fan of it and the kids flat out refuse to try it. Oh well, more for me (all for me!!)
Have a wonderful week-end!
A thousand hearts would be too few to hold all my love for you ♥
Wishing a very good friend the best of luck today! 😉
And yes, it’s a real four-leaf clover. No cheating! I was lucky enough to find it one evening in my front yard. We had just come home from the store or from dinner….or somewhere, I don’t remember anymore. I got out of the car, and happened to look down when this little guy reached up his arms and said “Pick me! Pick me!”….. so I did 🙂
Had to take some pictures of it first, and then went back out front to look for more, but nope, this one seemed to be the only one.
Of course that’s a word! 😉
Pretty little wildflower I found in a field near my home.
What a nice surprise it was to see these beauties…in all kinds of colors…during one of my recent visits to the Dallas Arboretum.
Everybody deserves somebody who makes them look forward to tomorrow.
Pleasure Pier by day
…and by night
If I didn’t know better, I’d say they’re getting along…..but I know better! 😉
Although they are getting along better than they used to!
Almost any beach will do…this was Texas City Dike
Getting my feet wet was a must, although the water was still pretty chilly!
Of course the kids looked for seashells to take home as souvenirs. These little guys however were NOT allowed to come home with us!
View of Point Bolivar Lighthouse from the end of Texas City Dike
Oil refinery in Texas City, Texas
…and then had to come back after dark to get a night shot, too 😉
(Different spot and different angle)
At least I think they’re some kind of daisy…
That’s definitely me. I keep forgetting to schedule a post….can’t think of any good titles….and I keep watching the post count in my reader go up, for other blogs that I follow. I apologize for not being around much, and I promise to do better…soon!
Not really….just the first thing that popped into my head for a title.