Reflecting on my years growing up in Memphis, I can truly say, “I led a charmed life.”
A snapshot is a moment frozen in time. When my daughter Jordyn and I put together a slide show for my parents’ 50th anniversary party last year, we uncovered a bumper crop of pictures of me from birth to around five years old. After that, not so many.
This past Monday night was a big night for our family. Yet again, the University of Alabama won the National Championship! Roll Tide!!!
Yesterday I was conducting a catering consultation for a prospective client. I make about four of these sessions available each week for restaurant owners serious about growing their catering business. At no cost, I evaluate their catering menu, websites and give a handful of low cost, easily implementable ideas to grow catering sales.
Having been born and raised in Morocco, my father didn’t grow up with the same sports as my friends’ parents. There was no father son learning, playing or watching football, basketball or baseball. Though I wasn’t the last one picked on the playground, I was definitely in the bottom three.
Even in tough economic times, we all love a little luxury, or treat if you will. It could be as simple as a piece of Godiva chocolate or a massage.
Thanksgiving has always been my favorite holiday. It’s not about religion or gift giving. It’s dedicated to family, food and for being thankful for everything in our lives.
Every woman is talking about Fifty Shades of Grey. To the guys reading, without going into great detail, this book is half romance and half smutty novel about a man named Christian Grey and the multiple layers of his complex psyche. Thus, fifty shades of Grey.