Archive | November, 2010

The “Cans for Casseroles” Finale.

29 Nov

I’ve been wondering how to announce that we raised over 250 cans at our “Cans for Casseroles” event…

Over 250 Cans Raised!

A picture is great…but giving you the inside scoop on how I got there seems much better. (If you’re interested)

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Wondering what to bring to “Cans for Casseroles”?

11 Nov

My dear friends at Paige Hendricks PR emailed me a Tarrant Area Food Bank “Most Needed” list of items you can bring to “Cans for Casseroles” to donate.  Give thanks…by giving!

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“Cans for Casseroles”

10 Nov

I am so very excited to have a canned food drive.  Big thanks to everyone in advance who can make it and those who are helping make it possible.  It really means a lot to have such amazing support!  Stay tuned…Some more posts showing a little holiday spirit and love are in the works!

A New Face at P&P?

9 Nov

Meet Roxie.  A little Brussels Griffon/Shih Tzu mix. A designer mutt that’s been termed a Shiffon (Which I refuse to say…she’s just too much of a tomboy to be called something so prissy.)  Some say she looks like a bat, others think she is a pug mix…Either way she is a one of a kind type of lady. Continue reading

Here’s to the night…

6 Nov

The lights are dimmed.  The vibe is calm and cool.  The bartenders are ready…

This is my usual…The Usual. The mood changes hourly like it’s patrons…and it becomes one of those places where there is always this element of surprise.  You can sit in the booth and a nibble on little taste of Nona Tata…sipping your French 75 (pinkie up!) while lazily enjoying the ever so pleasant closeness of the one you love…but it could easily still turn into one of those nights that you have to call friends about the next morning and play of funny game of recap.

The DJ introduces a new fresh beat…

This is my spot.  Classy, artsy, casually chic…it’s my Park Slope, Brooklyn.  It’s like sure I like the “glamour of the city…” but there’s nothing like home sweet home…away from chaos and the disorderly.

“I’ll have my usual…” and he says “a Moscow Mule” with a smile. “Right on.”

The drinks are stylish and smooth…fine like a man in well-tailored suit.  So dangerous.

The perfect setting, great company and Vintage Cocktails.  Let’s try this at home…shall we?

A Prim & Proper Education: Lesson #1

5 Nov

In my unofficial first post I said that I wasn’t going to dedicate this blog to the items of Prim & ProperSo I waited until I had something worth talking about…something that makes a statement about what Prim & Proper is all about…

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