Coloring on the table at lunch: just one of life’s simple
So you want to be a sports photographer…
Keep your eye on the ball and learn how to duck!
While on a photo shoot covering a girls’ fast pitch softball team this afternoon, I got beaned in the head by an errant ball. This serves as an object lesson to either a: duck, or b: wear a helmet.
I can just hear my mother now, laughing hysterically. Some people never learn.
Santa’s Enchanted Forest is what happens when Christmas smokes crack. A South Florida tradition for many a year, this Christmas-splosion/carnival is an interesting mix of tacky decorations and carnies with a latin flavor. As it turns out, a Monday night after Christmas is just the time to go. Most every attraction was still open and there were zero lines for anything.
I knew there was some reason I married him. My dearest husband (DH) making his signature marinara sauce.
This is it. This is the best marinara I have ever had; a sauce I wake up craving; a game changer. And it just so happens to be one of the many reasons I married him.
I Knew There Was A Reason I Married Him Marinara
1 15 oz. can unseasoned tomato sauce
6 oz. tomato paste
3-4 Tbsp. good red wine
1 Tbsp. dried oreagon
2 tsp. dried basil
1 tsp. dried garlic
1/4 tsp. black pepper
slack pinch salt
optional pinch red pepper flakes
Stir to combine all ingredients in a sauce pan over medium heat. Once thoroughly incorporated and the mixture starts steaming, reduce heat and cover. If you are adding meat, add it now. Simmer at least 10 mins. If sauce starts to dry out, add a little more wine.
Taken at Red Light, Little River with the Hipstamatic app on my phone (Melodie lens, float film, dreampop flash). I can’t believe we have waited this long to hit Red Light up for dinner. We won’t be making that mistake again.
Today: watched Twilight Zone marathon, wandered Ikea and fell in love with a triple chaise couch, attempted to go to Santa’s Enchanted Forest but it was wall-to-wall packed & ended up having a great dinner. Check out the review at: http://foodieinmiami.blogspot.com/2011/01/red-light-little-river.html