So, here’s another quality to pile onto my tall list of ‘awesome.’ I know I have briefly touched on having social anxiety, and how excruciatingly vile interviews or any social situation that I am intimidated by are for me. But, please allow me to illustrate the extreme-ness of my affliction.
The Winter Park High School Choral Department will present a “Night on Broadway” at the Ann Derflinger Auditorium on April 24 through the 26th at 7:30pm. Tickets are $16 and can be purchased by calling 407-628-3028 or email NOBTICKETS@AOL.COM. Ticket Information TICKET INFORMATION Thursday, April 24, 2014 at 7:30 p.m.
People!!! I am so fortunate to be taking place in something called “Blogapolooza” for the hypeorlando blogging community. Our topic is “Guilty Pleasures,” and I have more than a few of those. Oh, and I have an hour. ONE hour to get this all out. LISTEN!! So, one of the
Yesterday at school, my fourth grade daughter watched “the video.” You know the one. The one that all parents dread, that makes your innards cringe and your bowels pucker. The one that forces you to have a “talk” with your child months, maybe years before you are truly ready.
The Orlando Philharmonic will be performing their free annual concert in Central Park on Sunday, April 6th, 2014 at 7pm called “Voices of Spring” that will feature light classical works and selections from American musical classics by Leonard Bernstein, Leroy Anderson, George Gershwin, Rodgers & Hammerstein and Lerner & Lowe. Click
I’m not going to lie. When I first heard about the catastrophically hilarious phrase, “conscious uncoupling,” decided on by Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin, I shrieked with uncontrollable delight. This story was just beckoning to me to rip into and wreak havoc on all involved. Conscious uncoupling? What the….? Then,
SunRail Service will officially begin bringing local visitors in-and-out of Central Park in Winter Park on May 1st, 2014 that shows the train picking up commuters every 15 to 30 minutes during the morning hours of 5:30am until 8:30am heading into Downtown Orlando. During the evening hours, the final boarding
As part of a media preview for the 2014 Central Florida Home and Garden Show, Barnie’s Coffee Kitchen previewed some of the dishes that they offer at their Winter Park location on Park Avenue that included Mini Caprese Tartine, Key West Pink Shrimp Skewers, Mini Chicken & Lentil Tagine, Mini
We saw this sign for Smallcakes Cupcakery between the Toasted and Tijuana Flats restaurants in Winter Park on Aloma Avenue tonight. There is also a Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt Shop in this popular restaurant strip plaza to have some frozen yogurt to go along with your cake. Looks the build-out is
Today I am at odds with myself. I am on the fence. There is a war brewing between my Id and my Ego. Now, my Superego wants a piece of the action. I walked in my bedroom yesterday and I said to myself: “Self: Girl, you are mess-y.” I
In a recent Forbes.com article entitled 5 Great Escapes from Orlando Theme Parks, author Andrew Bender gives the city of Winter Park some high marks and compliments when he states that Winter Park is our regions “Southampton, its La Jolla, its Sausalito, a refined town with graceful shopping, smart restaurants
Mount Dora and Winter Park each hosts the biggest art festivals in the region each year. The Mount Dora Art Festival is always held during the first weekend in February when Super Bowl Sunday is played. Winter Park’s annual art festival is always around St Patrick’s Day in the middle
This blog, for me, is all about the funny. I use it to illustrate my idiosyncrasies, nuances and total disregard for normalcy. However, I feel compelled to shed some light on how I finally arrived at this happy place after living years with a larger than life inferiority complex.