Let's be honest... I don't have time to blog... especially on a daily basis.
This is just a place for me to share things that I think are interesting, review products, do demos, or just write a letter. You never know what or when the mood will strike. I will do my best not to bore you. :)
I bought an Edge of Glory knife sharpener on tv the other day.
This is a little video of me trying it out for the first time. Yep, it works!
WOW. This is such an amazing album. I designed this and my Miller's lab produced it in beautiful fashion. Take a look at this quick un-boxing video. This album is gorgeous and is a staple to any wedding order! The smaller ones would also be really nice for seniors or families.
Just a quick vid on the Mini 3x3 accordion album. So cute. You can get a set of 3 of these for around $20.
Friday was my birthday and my husband wanted to take me to the newly opened Dave & Busters for my special day. (D&B is located in the old Circuit City building by the Boise Towne Square.) We (my husband and I) have both been to D&B previously, in other states. Knowing that D&B is usually very large and has an enormous amount of seating we figured the wait wouldn't be too long, if there was one. Boy, were we wrong. We had planned on eating dinner there, and get the eat/play combo to play a few games after we ate. Driving up we saw the packed parking lot. After finding a parking spot, we were greeted at the front door by uniformed police officers. I am still not sure what this was about, but it leaves room for some questions. Once we made it up to the hostess she tells us that there is a two hour wait. The hostess acted as if that is perfectly normal. We had a party of 6 more people coming to join us so we decided that 2 hours sitting around while everyone was starving wasn't the best idea. At that point we chose to find something close by, where we could get right in.
I called Cafe Ole' (across the parking lot) on my cell phone, asked how much of a wait they had, and when they told me they didn't have one at all, we went right on over. When we got to the door we were greeted with happy, smiling faces. The hostess had our menus in hand and showed us straight back to our table. We were given a lovely private table in the back of the restaurant. The atmosphere was very nice and quiet for our group to be able to talk and enjoy each other's company. I ordered the two item combo with a chicken chimichanga, and a chili releno. Other things that were ordered in our group were chicken and steak fajitas, fish tacos, chicken tacos, and even hamburgers. The only complaint we had at our table was that we were way too full! All the meals came out in a timely fashion. The servers were attentive and polite. The prices were good.
I still plan to go visit Dave & Busters as soon as possible. I have always enjoyed that place, and I'd like to see how they did with the new Boise location.
Just remember, if you go to D&B on a weekend, be prepared to wait or have an alternate ready. Our alternate was Cafe Ole' and it was fantastic. I would recommend this restaurant to anyone who likes Mexican food with a festive environment and great service.