See that symbol in the middle with the eye, that’s the Eye of Horus. Little known fact – I have the Eye of Horus tattooed on the inner wrist of my right hand. Many moons ago I wanted one of those evil eye thwarting necklaces. Thing is, you can’t buy it for yourself – and no matter how many hints I dropped, no one seemed to be understanding me. So I did the next best thing, I got a tattoo.
When J left for his first year of college last year I hadn’t planned on seeing him until Thanksgiving of that year. Except he got a bit homesick and came for a quick visit in September, and then again to celebrate A’s 1st birthday in October. Each time we flew him home, even if it was for just for quick weekend visit. Not exactly what we thought when trying to figure out how to bring the comforts of home to college for him.
This past weekend in Miami was the South Beach Wine & Food Festival. It’s a wine and food lovers paradise. I love cooking Latin dishes, especially Cuban food – hubby loves Vaca Frita, and the kids all love a plate of Arroz Chaufa. A nice heaping plate of Arroz Imperial or Arroz con Pollo is a staple at my, and many a Latino table. In fact, rice is one of the main ingredients in so many dishes that sometimes you just need something different.
Today’s post “How To Host A Moms Night In – A Guide For Beginners” is brought to you by our friends at Giraffas USA! Thank you for catering our Moms Night In – it was much appreciated.
So you want to host a party – more specifically a Moms Night In. After hosting several Moms Night In, and hearing my friends repeatedly promise to do the same, I’ve decided to create this how to guide for you – and them.
Thank you to HERDEZ® Brand for sponsoring today’s post and inspiring me to further celebrate the Mexican Las Posadas holiday!
We love learning about other cultures and recreating traditions with our own family to celebrate. We have friends that come from all different backgrounds and teaching the girls about different cultures helps them grow.