Foolish Fevers Need Bullion

When You Have The Flu The flu is the horror that everyone is trying to avoid.  Even though Alison and I already caught a bout of this flu, we hadn’t expected to be sick again so soon.  Scrubbing our hands every time we walk through the front door, we try not to touch our faces.  […]

Perry’s Steak House: Perfect Menu Pairings

There are so many reasons to celebrate in the month of February. You could either be celebrating Valentine’s Day, Galentine’s Day, Chinese New Year, or Black History Month. No matter what you are celebrating Perry’s Steak House has a team of professional Sommeliers to help you pick the perfect wines to pair with your meals. […]

MORA Asian Kitchen, Come For The Sushi But Stay For Everything

MORA Asian Kitchen When we hear sushi, we may start to salivate just a tad.  Sushi is a food that we have loved to eat since we lived in the outskirts of Seattle.  There is nothing more delicate than thinly sliced fresh fish.  Paired with vegetables and perfectly seasoned rice and you have an addictive […]

Our 5 Favorites From The Chicago Auto Show 2018

Chicago Auto Show So, we love cars.  We love trucks.  There are even 3-wheelers to love.  Let’s go through our top picks at this year’s Chicago Auto Show.  There are so many places to stop and stare and a few must rides.  These are our 5 favorites.  If you are looking for recommendations on how […]

Gearing Towards Women With #WhatDrivesHerCAS

We Love The Chicago Auto Show We love going to the Chicago Auto Show every year.  We learn about the innovations and new ways the automotive industry creates safer cars.  What you may not notice is that behind the scenes, there are women working to create these changes.  Even though 85% of car purchases are […]

Celebrate February With Groundhug Day!

February’s Perfect Book By far, this is the perfect story for February.  Not only are you getting Valentine’s Day but also Groundhog Day! Both holidays are really seen together, but this time all of the animals want Groundhog to celebrate Valentine’s Day with them.  Only what if he sees his shadow? Then he won’t be […]

Why Steel Matters At The Chicago Auto Show

Steel Makes Strong Cars We know you love cars.  We love cars too.  Beyond just driving them, we are curious how they are made.  Each year we attend the Chicago Auto Show and see all the new advancements.  The designs make us ooh and ahh, but we tend to gloss over the frame.  The crowd is […]

Fuel Up During The First Look For Charity 2018

Preview First Look For Charity Through all the crazy weather, there is one event we look forward to this time of year.  The Chicago Auto Show and of course the Chicago Auto Show’s First Look For Charity on Friday, February 9th.  This year we didn’t miss out on the preview for the delicious food.  Just like […]

Papillon Goes To The Vet

Papillon Is A Cat Papillon is the fluffiest cat.  This is a cat so fluffy he floats.  He is perhaps one of the most adorable picture books characters I’ve ever seen. This white fluffy ball bounces around the pages.  Written by A. N. Kang, this is the second adventure of Papillon.  I must say that the […]

Munchem Academy Is Going To Steal Your Heart

Munchem Academy Series Munchem Academy is a newer series.  The second book: Munchem Academy: The Girl Who Knew Even More, is another foray into how Mattie Larimore eventually becomes the world’s greatest thief. You may be hesitant at that premise, but you should know that this is not just a context of good or evil.  […]

Suspect Red The Best Historical Fiction

Suspect Red Suspect Red is the perfect example of historical fiction. This novel by L. M. Elliott has the perfect balance of research and speculation.  Adding to the tension are pictures and facts from the time period that are from the story.  Nothing else can drop you into the paranoia of the Cold War faster […]

Beatrice Zinker Upside Down Thinker

Beatrice Zinker Upside Down Thinker There are definitely some great first chapter books to be found.  Beatrice Zinker Upside Down Thinker by Shelley Johannes is perfect for young kids.  Beatrice is a little bit of a rebel or an outcast.  She is not a traditional kid by any means.  Beatrice after all prefers to think upside […]