Grocery Shopping Tip

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

If you are not shopping
you are missing out

They have the best selection of cheese around
not to mention a great price on plants
a bible verse on their eggs 
outstanding pasta
and the absolute best greek coconut yogurt ever!

I scored hanging Ivy plants for $1.99
A huge Hydrangea for $9.99
and Peony bulbs because they are my favorite flower and they are so hard to find in Florida - I bought the only 4 they had for $1.69 each and hopefully going to grow my own.

Here is a little peak at what I bought today.

Hurry up and shop
you will thank me later.


Go Green Tampa

Sunday, March 15, 2015

First Boat Day of 2015

Tampa Bay goes green
Happy Early St. Patty's Day

What a fun day in Tampa as the water turned green, food trucks, games for the kids, live entertainment, and the beautiful Florida sunshine. 

Spotted my police friend Randy - keeping the green waters of Tampa Bay Safe. 

We took the festival in from the water side - followed by an awesome lunch with awesome friends at Circles Restaurant in Apollo Beach!

Buy Local

Sunday, March 8, 2015

There are so many local markets in the area
You could probably find one each weekend

Here are just a few I recommend:
1st Sunday of month at Hyde Park Village
1st Saturday of month at Wiregrass Mall
3rd Sunday of month also at Wiregrass Mall
2nd Sunday of month at Seminole Heights 
2nd Saturday of month at Carrollwood Culture Center 

Yesterday was a perfect day for the market
probably one of our last cool mornings in Florida
spent with my favorite sister

If you have not checked out one of the local markets, you really should. 

Buy local  - support local

Tarpon Springs Staycation

Friday, March 6, 2015

The celebration for my sweet dad continued
a day in Tarpon Springs
Dessert and more Shopping

Just 45 minutes north of St. Petersburg and found along the shore of the Gulf of Mexico, Tarpon Springs was named for the fish found in abundance in nearby waters. But it also is known as the "sponge capital of the world," and for its 51 miles of waterfront allure. In addition, its charming downtown center is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Visitors to the Historic District can stroll along brick streets while browsing in art galleries, antiques stores, and specialty shops housed in buildings dating from the late 1800s. For the culturally-minded, the Tarpon Springs Performing Arts and Cultural Centers offer theater, art and historical exhibits, concerts, and other quality programs.

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