Saturday, December 18, 2010


First Thing on Weight Loss List :
I need to weigh myself and take measurements.This is always the hardest and the most important. I've already eaten a juicy, fatty Whataburger and extra large fries too many times this week. Should I wait until Monday. Mondays are always good for me. Ill make sure to post a pic, measurements, and my weight. Will you do the same.....

To be continued.........


With the New Year fast approaching. I'm pretty sure were are all thinking . "I want to lose weight but there is no point now. "Let it be until the New Year. "Truly there is no point now." But after having looked in my closet for the millionth time. I told myself ,"Do I really need to buy new clothes, NO No NO $$$$$ !!!" So my journey begins. Having had my daughter Madison 26 months ago, I decide, having just had a baby wasn't working anymore. I have made it a quest to lose weight but with no crazy quick loss diets. Only because I've tried them all already . Natural, safe and all hard work is the only and willing way to go. Please join me in you tales ,tricks, pics, process, and weight loss quest.. Lets all lose weight together.

To be continued.........

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Houston Museum Free Admission Dec 4-5

Through Bank of America " Museum on Us "program all Houston cardholders gain free admission to over 70 free museums on the first week end of every month. Participants simply show their Bank of America ATM, credit or debit card or check to participating museums to gain free general admittance.
All visitors who present a valid Bank of America/Merrill Lynch ATM, credit or debit card, along with photo identification, can receive one Free all access admission ticket.
Houston Zoo
Natural Science Museum
Children's Museum


Head over to MICHAELS all this month. Micheal's Is doing several great Free hoilday activities.

Christmas season:

  • The Knack Free Family Event: Santa’s Workshop Dec 4, 11:00 a.m.-12:000 p.m.
  • The Knack Free Family Event: Santa’s Workshop – Dec 5, 1:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m.
  • Gift-Card Holder & Gift Bag Make-It Take-It (Adult Event – Dec 11, 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.)


Having lived in Houston for more than 10 years now. I can not believe I've never attended this holiday celebration. Not only do you view the most spectacular firework display. You have the most amazing view in front of city hall. It was attended by about a few thousand people. Besides the firework display,all the entertainment was amazing. I even scored a few goodies, red bulls, Santa's pics and Santa's hats. Just to name a few. I was just floored by the whole event . This is an event that the whole family will enjoy year after year.

Friday, December 3, 2010

City Hall Farmers Market And Victory Garden

City Hall Farmers Market And Victory Garden

The City Hall Farmers Market officially opens for business everyWednesday around the Reflection Pool, in front of City Hall, 901 Bagby, Houston 77002. Managed by Urban Harvest, the weekly Wednesday market, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., will host over 40 vendors of local and organic fruits and vegetables, as well as locally prepared lunch items.

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Lighting of the Official Holiday Tree Sponsored by Reliant Energy

and Fireworks Presented by Southwest Airlines

Houstonians will get on the Holiday “Love Train” and ring in the season with the Mayor’s Holiday Celebration, a holiday tradition of music, festivities, and the Lighting of the Official Holiday Tree sponsored by Reliant Energy with fireworks presented by Southwest Airlines. Maria Todd and Brad Booker of MIX 96-5 will be the official Emcees for the Holiday Celebration. Eddie Levert of The O’Jays will headline the event which is scheduled from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 3 at City Hall. A towering 70-foot White Fir holiday tree, glowing with energy efficient LED (light-emitting diode) lights from Reliant Energy, shimmering ornaments and a stunning star topper will light up the streets of Downtown Houston this holiday season.

Headlining the evening’s celebration is Grammy Award winner Eddie Levert of The O’Jays.

Immediately following the performance, eyes will light up as Mayor Annise Parker, Reliant Energy President Jason Few, Santa Claus and the Sugar Plum Fairy use their magic to Light the Official Holiday Tree sponsored by Reliant Energy and ignite a magnificent Fireworks presentation by Southwest Airlines perfectly timed to Hallelujah from “Handel’s Messiah” and sung by the Bayou City Chorale of Houston.

Other exciting yuletide performances include: HISD Exemplary Magnet School, Parker Elementary’s Advanced Chorus under the direction of Marianna Parnas Simpson and Parker Performing Strings under the direction of cellist Lisa Vosdoganes and violinist Timothy Peters; performers from MTV’S “America’s Best Dance Crew,” Soreal Dance Studio; Members of Bayou City Chorale of Houston; Masquerade Theatre under the direction of Phillip Duggins; Hamilton Loomis, and his band; KIPP SHARP Singers; and The Mayor’s Official Holiday Band, under the direction of Ernest Walker.

There will also be festive photo opportunities for children and families throughout the event as they can have their holiday pictures taken with Santa or characters from the Houston Ballet’s Nutcracker. Additionally, attendees may send a personalized holiday message to a military member at the vitaminwater Holiday Greetings for the Troops” area.

Reliant Energy is partnering with KHOU Channel 11 for a Holiday Toy Drive benefitting the Salvation Army Greater Houston Area Command through Dec. 20. The public is invited to bring a new unwrapped toy to the Reliant Energy booth at the Mayor’s Holiday Celebration and make the holidays brighter for a child this season.

Public parking in the Theater District.

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