Krispy Kreme Doughnuts


July 14, 2017

Nothing is more irritating then when I really want to use the desktop and the web browser quit working. So I thought it would be better if I uninstalled the program and download it again when I noticed it is not working at all even Windows updates on the computer. I am not that  tech savvy and so is my hubby so when problems occurred like last night I was very frustrated. I was literally about to cry out of frustrations. There are laptops that I could use but the desktop keyboard is more user friendly. I insisted to my hubby when he kept on telling me that I should use his laptop. Google Chrome web browser is easier to navigate than Firefox when we finally got the desktop to work. When I checked the time it was about 1 in the morning I wasted my time as I haven’t got anything done on my blog posts. 

Krispy Kreme Original Glazed Doughnuts

Well, tonight seems a pretty good night. The weather is perfect though we didn’t go out for a walk at the park or Charles riding his scooter. But I decided to grab some Krispy Kreme doughnuts, buy a dozen get a dozen original glazed doughnuts for  just .80 cents to celebrate their 80th birthday. Krispy Kreme original glazed doughnut is my favorite as well as Charles. Its soft, simply delicious and it’s the best.

Crab with Ginger and Coconut Milk

Sweet Potato (Camote Cue)


Beef Enchilada



Sweet Potatoes


Dried Fish

Copeland's BBQ Shrimp Boil

Copeland's Blackened Catfish
Artichoke and Spinach Dip with Fried Bowtie Pasta

Copeland's Loaded Macaroni & Cheese

Copeland's Corn Macque Choux

Mojitos Shrimp Kabobs

Mojitos Chicken Fajitas

Euro Bistro's Beef Rouladen

Euro Bistro's Wiener Schnitzel

 Anyway, I have been browsing my phones when I noticed I got tons of photos for my blogs that I haven’t been uploaded so I figured to share them with you. Some of these photos I cooked at home, bought at the Asian store or restaurant dishes like Mojitos, Copeland’s of New Orleans, and Euro Bistro, a German restaurant newly opened so we figured to give it a try. Doug and I loved their food specially when you’re really hungry the food tasted really really good. This restaurant has virtual gaming inside for the kids to play around for about $5 and up. Too bad, Charles wasn’t with us when we ate there but I’m sure he had the best time of his life spending summer break with his aunt.