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It's like the Girl Scouts song goes...
Well only a week to go folks, until I get leid ;)
I think I can be ready in a week...
(which will be here in no time!)
But as for today, it's Friday and that makes it FOODIE FRIDAY here at Travelin' Cousins.
This week is mine turn to unveil a foodie feature and the place that I'm sharing with you today is one that I am very excited about!
I was planning on publishing this article 2 weeks ago (when I went to Vegas for Labor Day wkd); but since I was running behind schedule and felt that posting this late would not do it justice I decided to wait until today! VROMAGE check it out HERE
So I'm sure that by now you realize my brain runs on travel and food, and yesterday I happen to come across some interesting and annoying Travel news...
TRAVEL + LEISURE posted: If You’re From One of These Five States, You’ll Likely Need a Passport for a Domestic Flight
"Driver’s licenses from New York, Louisiana, Minnesota, American Samoa or New Hampshire will no longer be enough to get on a domestic commercial flight."
It's definitely quite interesting and rather a bit of a pain in the rear end. Just more red tape!
In other news, and SCOOP -
Being that yesterday was an absolutely beautiful day here in SoCal I decided that we should go to the stables (since going when it is unbearably hot is quite miserable).
So off we went to Chino, to visit the horses. Cosette had a lovely time with Dream and vice versa!
As far as today goes, since the kids don't have rehearsal and since it is FOODIE FRIDAY, I figured what a more perfect evening to go and check outVegetable, another "fairly new" restaurant off of my growing list of places to try!
And we're even going to have a little treat on our way to the Studio City restaurant.
We are first heading up to Glendale to try the new and highly recommended Frozen Yogurt shop Yoga-urt. Since they close at 9pm we have no choice but to have dessert first!
Somehow I don't think that I'll be getting any arguments from the crew over this decision!
And lastly to mention, I STILL DON'T KNOW WHAT I'M WEARING TOMORROW! (for the wedding) I know that it's not my wedding, so I shouldn't be stressing...but if it were my wedding then at least I'd know exactly what I was wearing!
Well that's all folks, see you back here tomorrow and it'll be a surprise to us all to see what I decide - one thing is for sure tho...I'm not going NAKED! lol -T
Elisa's Daily Scoop
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Weekend is upon us!! Yay!!
Well, friends, my day completely fell apart!! Danielle and I were all ready for our day of canning tomato sauce. We had our pots, our canning jars, all the other miscellaneous equipment.
The only thing missing was our Tomato Mill. Now, we ordered it a little late -- earlier this week -- but, we paid for 2-day shipping. So, there we were yesterday, patiently waiting for FedEx to make the delivery to Danielle's house and NOTHING!!
We were sitting on pins and needles getting ready to run to get our 5 bushels of tomatoes and our tomato mill never arrived!!
I am so disappointed and upset. What does that mean? We are hopeful, that it will arrive today (and we will be demanding a refund on the extra shipping costs!!) and then our plan is to "the tomatoes" (the commonly used "Italian" term for those of us who make and can tomato sauce).
Don't you hate when your plan fall through?!!
We did get notified that the machine will be here on Tuesday. Now, we have to figure out a day to do our canning. Will keep you posted.
Tomorrow,I'll be heading out east for horseback riding for the girls. Gianna will begin filming at the barn for the new YouTube Channel for Dream Come True Farm.
I need to get out there very early since one of the things Gianna wants to do is film her trainers riding. Unfortunately, they ride super early before the lessons start, so that means we have to be there first thing.
So what is on your agenda for the weekend? I'm getting very excited about my trip to Connecticut next weekend with the girls.
Here's a little history to the state of Connecticut:
It is one of the original 13 colonies and one of the six New England states. In area it is the third smallest U.S. state, but it ranks among the most densely populated.
Connecticut takes its name from an Algonquian word meaning “land on the long tidal river.” There are several nicknames for the state including, “Nutmeg State,” “Constitution State” and “Land of Steady Habits."
It became a state on January 9, 1788 and the capital is Hartford. As of 2010, the population of Connecticut is 3,574,097.