2111 East Palm Valley Boulevard Round Rock, TX.
One of my favorite past times other than thrift store shopping is trying out new eateries. Since I past by this one often finally last month stopped in for lunch. I am on a strict carbohydrates counting diet so this was definitely a treat. Plus for the record I start each cafe meal by tasting each item.
I give their beans and rice a try and enjoyed them. Then I took a bite of the enchilada and was not impressed. No, I am not a food critic by trade but a native Texan so I know great Mexican food.
Rosa’s homemade tortillas were okay. Taco Cabana makes some of the best tortillas I have ever eaten. I must give their interior decorating a A-plus due to the colorful paintings, hanging birds, reasonable prices, and colorful chairs. The cafe was clean and the staff were friendly and accommodating.
Overall out of *** 5 stars being High Praise this ole gal will pass on another visit.
I grade Rosa’s a ***3 Stars rating meaning Okay. To be fair this rating is strictly on the flavor of their food. It is right up there with Taco Bell but higher prices yet Rosa’s does serve alcohol if your so inclined.
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I am so lucky to be able to witness lots of firsts with my two grandbabies. Here their Mom April is teaching her littles Johnny 3 1/2 years old and Dottie his 23 month old sister how to make pizzas.
April and her husband Darren enjoy teaching and nurturing both children to learn something new everyday. They are truly wonderful parents and the two little ones have different demeaners.
Johnny is laid back easy going and Dottie is busy constantly exploring. Their Mommy has their attention here since both of them love eating pizza.
I am proud how both the littles paid attention during their first baking lesson. While I watched and snapped a few pictures another feeling entered my mind, time is short and babies grow up so fast.
Everyone has busy days but don’t forget to slow down and look at those you love!!
Visit April online at @aprilintheburbs.
I am happy that Spring is in full bloom at our Texas home. One of my favorite past time activities is taking floral photos and enjoying nature. It is easy to become so absorbed in taking a picture and forget about my surrounding. In turn paying no attention to people passing by.
Although I am a believer that most people mean me no harm. There is evil in our world and taking safety for granted is unwise. With that said I wanted to share with you five personal safety tips.
1. Look around. Be aware of your surroundings and people within five feet of your reach.
2. Wake up. Take out earphones and don’t be distracted by a phone conversation.
3. Walk wide around building corners. Don’t get jumped.
4. No stranger gets in your home EVER. Home invasions are growing and a large number of murders start as home robbery incidents.
5. Don’t go with a stranger. Never go with a stranger anywhere. Fight, scream, make noise and stand your ground. You stand a better chance of surviving.
Several other tips come to mind but with families taking vacations keep it in mind to teach loved ones how to be safe.
Please share your safety tips!
On April 02,2016 family and friends joined my grandson, Johnny to celebrate his 3rd birthday! His mommy chose a circus theme and used her talents to decorate in grand style.
Guests were treated to festive snacks of circus animal cookies, popcorn, cotton candy, cupcakes, and lemonade. Friends and family were treated to special guests from Tiny Tales Traveling Petting Zoo out of Austin, TX. The petting zoo was a gift from myself and Johnny’s Papaw David. Dorothy his baby sister was not familiar with bunnies, chicks, and ducklings, so she observed from outside the fence.
Johnny’s Uncle Jay was our party photographer and caught some wonderful shots.
If you haven’t enjoyed a visit from Tiny Tales, I encourage you to check them out. Their critters were enjoyed by little ones and adults alike. I especially liked the bunny! John and Dorothy are the children of April and Darren Bogus. They reside in Round Rock, TX.
Visit his mommy April online at @thetattooedtype and www.thetattooedtype.blogspot.com.
Sailor is showing his best beg face!
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