Tag Archive: Ft. Myers

My Own Little Molly

Molly is a new drug that is out.  Kids & parents beware.  It’s out, it’s new and it’s no bueno.  But, it’s not really a new drug…its just ecstasy.  Craigslist posts show that… Continue reading

Screamin Creamin

In honor of National Ice Cream Day – which was yesterday – I figure today is a good day to talk about granola bars.  What?  Say What?  Nah, I’m just messing.  Today, is a… Continue reading

Americana

What’s more American that a burger and fries?  Well, perhaps I can name a few things but, a burger and fries is pretty rocking.  After all, the burger was created in the good… Continue reading

Oh Boy!

One of the best things about being a Jeep Wrangler owner, is throwing the top down and going for a drive.  It’s not important to have a destination or an errand to do. … Continue reading

Say Cheese

One of the benefits of living in Florida, is Spring Training.  While the Reds no longer train in Florida, there are plenty of teams that do.  Of course I do not support these… Continue reading

Now That’s a Pretzel

I apologize for my lack of posts this week…I had a crazy busy work week and was just spent when I got home every night.  To make up for that, we post tonight…we… Continue reading

Nothing Better Than the Norm

About 7 or so years ago, we discovered Norman Love Chocolates located in Ft. Myers.  We had seen Norman Love on a bunch of Food Network shows and knew the jist about him.  However,… Continue reading

Rocking New Sushi

By far, one of my favorite things to eat, is Sushi.  I just love the stuff.  Whether it be as simple as a California Roll from Publix or as complex as a Naples Roll… Continue reading

Quarter Year

Today is my Quarter Year Birthday and I am planning on making this year a great one.  One of my former co-workers first brought up the term ‘Quarter Year’ a few months back,… Continue reading

Certainly Not Famous

We arrived back home from vacation via a flight on a Friday mid-day.  This put us in the Ft. Myers area for a late lunch.  Everyone was hungry and no one really cared… Continue reading