Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Food Truck Fail

I have yet to eat off of a damn food truck.

John has been talking about food trucks since he got up here last April. He's mildly obsessed - to the point that his entire twitter feed is nothing but food truck updates around the St. Louis area.

A couple of weekends ago, he found out about a food truck event about 20 minutes away from where we live. They were having the event because the city was demolishing a mall. I guess people will do anything to have a "food truck event."

So we went. It was hot. We waited in one line for 1 1/2 hours. We were 8th in line to order when they told us they had no more food. No more food? Really? We were there around 1:00pm, and the trucks were supposed to stay out there until 6:00pm.

We decided to try another line.. 1 1/2 hours later, 5th in line to order, we were told there was no more food! We said eff it and went somewhere else.

So, I have yet to eat off of a food truck. If I have to stand in line for over an hour again, I might not ever eat off of a food truck. Ain't nobody got time for that.
This picture was two chugged beers in and when we first got in line. Glad I got that picture while I could.

Have you ever eaten off of a food truck? Or am I the only one who hasn't?

Sunday, April 24, 2016

The Roaming Traveler: Honeymoonin' in the Bahamas

John has been poorly this weekend, so we have been hermit crabs trying to get him better, which has me thinking of the beach. 

Beach pictures have already started popping up on my instagram and facebook feed, and it makes me want to go so bad!

We used to live 3 hours away from a shitty beach and 5 hours away from an awesome beach when we lived in Mississippi, but now I feel like we live a million miles away from one.

Seriously! We live right outside of STL in Illinois. Where is the nearest beach?!

I've been reminiscing of our honeymoon to the Sandals Royal Bahamian in Nassau. 

Even though the water was somewhat freezing almost everyday we were there, the weather was amazing, and the water was so beautiful! Also, the staff was incredible, which makes all the difference in the world, in my opinion! We didn't want to leave.

And now, we can reminisce together on the best honeymoon ever - full of visiting Atlantis, a sunset cruise, touring downtown Nassau, John getting burned and having to wear a long sleeve shirt, and beautiful blue water..

Where have you been dreaming of traveling to?

Monday, March 28, 2016

I Love My Fur Babies

This weekend, John and I made the trek back home for my dad's birthday and Easter! We love going home to see all of our family and friends, but 8 hours, one way, is a long drive to spend less that 48 hours with everyone. There is just never enough time, but we all make it work!

When we go back to Mississippi, we always bring the dogs with us. They love going back home to see everyone just as much as we do, and they are great car riders! Layla, the great dane, and Penny, the great dane/lab mix, are technically John's dogs. He got them before I came along, but I love them like my own.
Penny and Layla

Layla has a new found love for being covered up with a blanket while she is snoozing!

My girls - Bell, the beagle, and Sophie, the basset hound - stayed with my parents when I moved up here. It just didn't seem fair to make them leave everything they had known for forever. They have always slept with my parents (I think because my bed was much smaller), and they have a huge backyard to run around in. 
Bell and Sophie

All four girls finally met this weekend, which was quite an interesting time. They all did really well, but it was too chaotic to try and snap a picture. I know, blogger fail.

I hope you all had a Happy Easter! John and I saw this beautiful sunset on the way home last night, while passing a bus going to Guadalajara. I looked it up to see how far away they were from their destination - only 1 day and 3 hours. Ermahgerd!