Help the States – BamaJam 2011 [Charity Event]

Brought to you by The Hartman House!

The Hartman House:

Hartman House is a certified 501(c)3 non profit organization founded in 2005 by Butch and Julieann Hartman of West Hills, California. Hartman House was started because the Hartman family wanted to make a difference in the world. Although the organization is based in California, its philanthropies extend all across the U.S. and into some of the most hard to reach countries in the world. From Haiti to downtown Los Angeles, Hartman House does its best to lend a helping hand to those who need it most. The Hartman’s goal is a simple one: to provide financial and spiritual support to people and organizations across the world who are in need of assistance.

This wonderful organization asked me to participate in Help the States: BamaJam 2011. A charity event created to raise $10,000 for care packages to family’s who have been affected by the tornadoes in the south. The emergency packages will include: Gift cards, toilet paper, all toiletries, flashlights, batteries, crayons, coloring books, power bars, granola bars, pedialyte, crystal light, gatorade, baby bottles, pacifiers, and small tarps for shelter.

The Hartman House has asked some amazing YouTube artists to join together and create a viral, charity event to help reach their $10k goal and beyond. So please help me out by viewing my video, sharing, tweeting, Facebooking, and most importantly, making a donation! Every little bit counts!!!

Alicia Keys – Prelude to a Kiss (Send Me an Angel) – Cover – Sarah Sellers

My Favorite Spot for Sunday Brunch

Sundays are one of my favorite days of the week for two main reasons, sleeping in and late morning brunch. I usually make it at home but lately Matt and I have been on a mission to find the best brunch in Dallas. Ok, so we only tried out two restaurants, but I’ve tried many breakfast places in the past and I feel very confident in my new found favorite.

A few weeks back we were eating at one of our favorite Mexican spots, Cyclone Anaya’s, when we saw their advertisement for Sunday brunch (their Lobster Enchiladas are AMAZING by the way). A few Sundays later we were back again. We ordered the bottomless mimosas ( around 12 bucks a person if I’m remembering correctly) the Crabmeat Omelet, and their amazing queso.  With all of the chips we usually eat we decided to split the omelet and save room for more mimosas. Continue reading

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