Another event our family attended in 2003 while living in Central Florida was the fun Strawberry Festival in Plant City [ flstrawberryfestival.com ]. Similar to a State Fair there were rides, concerts (we saw Ricky Skaggs the year we attended) and of course, the required food that most of us secretly crave. It was a good time for all!
If I had the spare cash I would definitely put a bid in!! Very Cool.
BIDDEFORD, Maine (AP) — A bright neon piece of rock ‘n’ roll history is going up for auction — a marquee from the legendary Los Angeles club, Whisky a Go
Of course Disney isn’t the only game in town in Orlando – especially these days. Back when we lived there in 2003 the primary competition was Universal Studios. We lived less than 10 miles from Disney World though so we only actually made it to City Walk at Universal once – for our wedding anniversary : )
Here are a few photos from that visit.
A key factor in the success of any photography business is the ability to produce technically sound images that stand out and differentiate your style from that of other photographers. As a pet photographer, one way to generate bold and professional-looking images from your outdoor sessions is to light your subjects with off-camera flash.
Another small gallery from a trip my family made to Anna Maria Island on Florida’s Gulf Coast when we lived in Central Florida.
A few photos from a quick trip my family made to St. Petersburg, Florida when we lived in central Florida in 2003.
I’ve been coming across this story in various articles across the internet as many people seem to be intrigued with the idea of something like a “spend nothing” year. But for travel bugs it could very well be the thought of actually saving for that “bucket list” trip we’ve all dreamed of that might encourage us to be willing to do something many consider extreme.
This article helps you figure out a less extreme way of perhaps saving just enough for that dream tip. Give it a peek if you think you could use some guidance on figuring out the easier things to cut back on.
Tip: put some photos or travel brochures of your dream location all around, on the fridge, in the car, on your desk, for inspiration!
If you’re an artist, would you consider holding an exhibit to raise funds for a charity? Here’s one story on how an event like this can help.
To show appreciation for her improving health when she moved to Santa Barbara, artist Kat Martin began volunteering for Hospice of Santa Barbara.
Some may say this research is long overdue. How do the well-known pressures of the music industry affect the mental health of those employed in this cutthroat industry.
Long, late-night shifts; no security; low unpredictable pay; no holidays; and the constant pressure of performance. New research is looking at the harsh conditions of the music industry, and its impact on the mental health of its workforce