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Our Family - Craig and Teri Ann
We have been married over 15 years and are as happy as can be! We love to travel and explore new places. Tropical locations have been our favorite so far! It's nice to get away to the perfect tropical beach and we have been lucky to find some really nice ones! See my slide shows from trips we have taken below.
We love our cats and our dog and they are like 'kids' to us. Except they don't ask for the car keys and we don't have to pay for college...lol!
Craig and Olive our rescue Beagle:
Our kitty Emily aka "Princess Emily Muffin Pie"
Our other cat Boris, aka "Borisaurus Rex"
We love t.v.! Reality shows are some of our favorites! We love cooking shows too. Top Chef, Food Network, Survivor, American Idol, Biggest Loser, Hell's Kitchen, Masterchef, Glee, the list goes on and on!
We love to explore, travel, cook, watch movies, play online and going out to eat! We enjoy hanging out with our family, a good BBQ and friends. We are pretty laid back people who enjoy life and all it has to offer!
Here is a slide show of some of our trips around the world...we have more places we would love to visit, but here are few we have crossed off our list and some that we want to go back to over and over again!
Akumal, Mexico Fall 2012
Friends, family and more!
Our trip back to Akumal, Mexico - March 2012
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 2012!
My Favorite Places to Surf!
www.pinterest.com - of course...where else do you get all your recipes? LOL!
www.instagram.com - funky pic site :)
www.ccspca.com - I am a HUGE supporter of anything animals! Please adopt a shelter animal today...they need you!
www.locogringo.com - My favorite site for information and traveling along the Mayan Riviera in Mexico! All places from Cancun south to Belize.
www.tmz.com - Great site for Hollywood news!
www.accesshollywood.com - More Hollywood News!
www.IMDB.com - All things movies!
www.mint.com - Great site to help you manage your $$$
www.secondchancerescue.org - Helps place animals need a 2nd chance into homes.
www.readerjack.com - great site for authors and artists
Just how over the top were Kim Kardashian's music-box baby shower invitations? Really, really, really over the top -- and TMZ has the first photo proof.
The invite to Kim K's June 2nd bash -- sent to a guest close to Kanye West -- arrived as a fully functional music box, complete with a spinning ballerina ... dancing to a lullaby version of Kanye's "Hey Mama."
Not only is the invite playing the baby daddy's tune, but the ballerina bears a striking resemblance to Kim herself -- just in case anyone forgets who this party is REALLY celebrating.
Well....it's kind of an apology....sort of....maybe.
"We sincerely regret and apologize for any offense caused by the comments we have made in the past which are contrary to (the values of diversity and inclusion)," the statement read in part.
A spokesperson for the company told the Daily News they are offering no further comment at this time and would neither confirm nor deny that the popular teen clothing brand would start selling its jeans, polos, and oxfords in XL and XXL sizes.
MURRAY, UT (WTVR/KSTU) – A Utah mother is giving her daughter some tough love after learning she was bullying a classmate.
Kaylee, a fourth grader, was teasing a fellow student about her clothes, so her mom Ally decided to give her a taste of her own medicine.
Ally got an email from a teacher on Wednesday saying that her daughter had been relentlessly teasing another student about her clothes for the last three weeks. When Kaylee got home, Ally sat her down to talk to her. But Kaylee didn’t feel the least bit sorry.
So Ally decided to let Kaylee know what it feels like to be judged on what you wear. She went out to a thrift store and picked out some clothes for Kaylee, then made her wear them to school on Thursday and Friday.
So What do you think?
Ellen sums up her feelings for Abercrombie and Fitch well....I would have to agree.....BRAVO ELLEN!!!
It's already killed scores of people in a massive tornado that devastated the town of Moore, Oklahoma. And it's not over yet.
The storm system behind Monday's twister and several on Sunday is threatening a large swath of the United States on Tuesday, putting 53 million people at risk of severe weather.
"We could have a Round 3," CNN Meteorologist Ivan Cabrera said. "Hopefully, it won't be as bad."
Tornadoes could strike the Plains, but likely not in devastated Moore, Oklahoma, where the threat of severe weather has diminished.
In the bull's-eye Tuesday are parts of north-central Texas, southeastern Oklahoma, and northern Arkansas and Louisiana, according to the National Weather Service.
The area includes Dallas-Fort Worth, Waco, San Antonio, and parts of Shreveport, says HLN Meteorologist Bob Van Dillen. There may be "big tornadoes," he said.
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About 9 million people live in the region, says CNN Meteorologist Dave Hennen.
"Storms will develop around the early afternoon, and then we may see supercells develop a few hours later. The primary tornado threat will be from mid-afternoon to late evening hours in that region," Van Dillen says.
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The Oklahoma City area, including Moore, could continue to face storms during the morning due to a strong cold front positioned through the state and a strong low-level jet stream "plowing into it from the south," Van Dillen said. "This activity will edge eastward through the day."
The National Weather Service reports a slight risk of severe weather from Texas all the way up through the Great Lakes. Hennen says that puts another 44 million people under threat of some kind of severe weather.
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