Tuesday, November 10, 2009
Posted by Andrea Aguirre at 4:27 PM
Monday, October 26, 2009
I have finally decided to take the plunge and start my own small business. After a lot of careful consideration I am excited to introduce all of you to:
Posted by Andrea Aguirre at 4:24 PM
Monday, May 18, 2009
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Tuesday, April 21, 2009
Placed: 424/557 in my age group, 1811/2544 out of all the women and 3189/4125 overall.
Posted by Andrea Aguirre at 11:53 AM
Tuesday, February 17, 2009
Posted by Andrea Aguirre at 5:33 PM
Sunday, February 15, 2009
This Valentine's Day was a blast! As usual we could be found with our partners in crime and good friends, Eric and Emily. This year was the boys turn to plan, (I think Emily ended up planning it though), either way it ended up great! Nic wouldn't tell me what we were doing so imagine my surprise when we pulled up to the new Harmon's in Draper. Sounds weird right? Well apparently it is the nicest grocery store I have ever seen and upstairs they have a culinary education center.
So our date was with Chef Bob and about 12 other couples in Harmon's and one of the nicest kitchens I have ever seen. We got to sit back and watch the Chef prepare our meal an then enjoy it! Eric and I were loving all the equipment in that kitchen, especially the $8,000.00 stove/ovens. They were so cool!!! Nic and Emily were teasing us saying they were just going to send Eric and I to this and they were going to go do something else. Anyone who knows me knows how much I love food, making food and especially all the cool gadgets and equipment that go along with that. Needless to say it was right up my ally.
I was pleasantly surprised, but when we are in such good company it is hard to go wrong. Thanks Em and Eric it was a blast! Looks like I am really going to have to start thinking of something awesome for next year!
Posted by Andrea Aguirre at 12:24 PM
Tuesday, February 10, 2009
It was really fun and inexpensive to make. The frame I got with a 50% off coupon at Roberts for $5 and added some black paint to make it look old. I also got the butterfly punch from Micheals with a 50% off coupon for $5. I already had the black mat and pink ribon. All of the butterflies are made out of scraps of paper I already had and adds from a newspaper. It couldn't have been easier. I punched out a bunch of butterflies then let Gracie pick which ones she wanted to use. The hardest part was measuring and spacing them just right on the white paper. Her and Nic both love to look at it and pick out all the funny butterflies they can find.
Thanks Tara, http://thueson.blogspot.com, for posting this as one of the many cute crafts on your list of many!
Posted by Andrea Aguirre at 3:37 PM