Hometown Cravings; Wheely’s Rave!

Coffee; White Mocha Caramel
Shop; Wheely’s
City; Columbus, GA
 
     Hey Guys! I know we’ve deviated a little from the content you’re used to! It’s been crazy over here in my neck of the woods. I wanted to get out there and bring you a coffee related post, since it’s been a little while. I’ll get there with this balance stuff, I promise!
 
     I did a bad thing and discovered that I could get coffee delivered to me at work when I’m too lazy to actually walk anywhere, which is more often than not the case. Sadly though, my options are a little limited. I’m sure you guys may (or may not) remember the post I did on Wheely’s a couple months ago. I wasn’t too hot on it, and I haven’t been. Luckily they seem to be great sports and totally aware that you can’t please everyone all the time
 
     I didn’t take that as a “I won’t be back” sort of thing, but rather “I will find something that I like” situation. And I finally did! I was at work, far too lazy to be bothered to go somewhere close by. Can’t someone bring me coffee? After checking GrubHub I found that, yes, someone can bring me coffee. I was a little disappointed that the only coffee I could get delivered was Wheely’s, based on my past experience. But, I decided to take another chance since it had been a while and opted to get it delivered in an hour or so.
 
     I was banking on the coffee not impressing and also not filling me up for lunch, so I ordered a danish too. I sat and waited- I was hungry and I really wanted my coffee. A little while later, I get a phone call from Wheely’s telling me that they didn’t have any danishes today and that they could replace them with muffins. I decided to take it in stride and opt for muffins. 
 
     When my totally nutritious lunch got to me, I found that they had left me a note on the box! 
 
      Aside from that, on the inside of the box was a free coffee card that I can redeem next time I go in! I’m pretty psyched. The only thing better than coffee is free coffee. Speaking of Coffee, they got it right this time! I think I’m picking up that I pretty much have to stir all the coffee I get before I drink it. This especially makes sense here because it’s about a 15 minutes drive from Wheely’s to my work. 
 
     My Mocha was very mellow, with a subtle nuttiness that lingered on the tongue. It really smelled fantastic and rich, with an innate bitterness. The coffee itself had some subtle bite to it with complimenting acidity to the sweetness of the mocha. Somehow my first impression was that it reminded me of Coconut milk. I’m not sure how that even makes sense in this context. 
 
    I was very pleased with this drink and I’ll make it a mission to find more things to like from Wheely’s, because I’m beginning to think they just simply do better at certain things. Or maybe, like with Fountain City, it’s all in the Barista. After all, I do seem to have my favorite Baristas when I frequent places. It’s only natural!
 
    For the curious, the muffins were muffins. They certainly weren’t My Favorite Muffin level, but they weren’t terrible by any stretch. I enjoyed them immensely, and would have enjoyed them even more if I had some milk to have with them. You really can’t go wrong with blueberry muffins, especially not when they come with free coffee!
 
    I’ll rate this experience with Wheely’s a: 

     /5

     
      I feel like they deserve a good rating this time, due to doing great with the coffee, having fantastic service and that note somehow melted my heart!

Fashionable Findings; Francesca’s Debut! (mini-haul!)

     Hey guys! I must confess something. I’ve been sitting on the knowledge that Francesca’s exists for a few months, and have yet to do something about it. This weekend, I cracked. Hard. I got an email that I could come in and get a freebie (which is one “F” word that I love). I did make my way into their adorable shop on the last day to get my goodie, which was either a candle or bath fizzer.

     Before making my way to the counter to redeem my email, I made the grievous error of perusing the shelves. They had some adorable unicorn planners, which, had they not started in July would have gone home with me. They had a gorgeous kimono, which didn’t go with any of my items or anything in my current wardrobe. I would love to link it for you, but I’m not seeing it on their site.

     When I saw the display for the shorts, I immediately knew that I wanted a pair. I needed a pair; I absolutely had to have one. After trying probably 5 pairs of shorts and not liking them with any of the tops I was selected- I did end up leaving with 3 items in total. I do want to share some knowledge that you may find useful- they have 10 dollar shorts and cover-ups right now. Use that how you will- they have some insanely cute distressed shorts with lace detailing and some with a slightly bleached look. I wasn’t lucky enough to be able to get the lace ones, maybe you will be!

       On the rack, I did also find a cute cover-up that would have made a nice tank, but I passed up on it due to not knowing when my wedding is going to be. Initially tried a pair of lace shorts, but on finding that they didn’t fit I started my hunt for one that did. Francesca’s sizing is a bit odd to me, but I did end up finding shorts that fit. The only pair in my size- no joke. 

     Sadly (for me) I wasn’t able to snag the dainty lace detailed shorts. But, I was able to find these adorable subtly bleached and distressed shorts with darker detailing. These are just so cute and comfy! I’m a little miffed that I found them at the end of Summer. I have a feeling I won’t be able to enjoy these for very long this year. 

     Lucky me that these go perfect with the aesthetic of my Festival shirt from Plato’s Closet! I’ve been aching for another thing to pair with that tank! Now if only I could wear it to an actual festival, that would be way too perfect.

     This second thing, I almost passed up on. I wasn’t planning to do too much shopping, it was supposed to be an introductory post for Francesca’s, after all. Initially I thought this was a dress, and that was way too cute (but a bit short for my taste). Imagine my surprise when I found that it was a flippin’ romper. Guys. I love rompers- though, with how tall I am it’s hard to find some that cover enough to maintain my modest style.

    This mint green look is perfect for the Spring and Summer. I can’t wait for the right season to roll around for me to sport this. Look at this lace, and the off-shoulder band. This color is so cheerful and full of energy. I was dead-set on getting it and there was no way I could tell myself ‘no’ after learning it was a romper.

mint green romper from Franceca's
The first picture up from the new house! I installed (nailed to the door) a full-length mirror. I should have gone with a different color in retrospect.

   My last find was really an afterthought- though I think I really love it. It’s great to wear to work to break up my parade of dark clothes. Francesca’s has a great deal going on right now! You can buy a clearance dress and get one for 10 dollars. I almost declined, but my need for more colors drowned out my reason. I made my way to the rack hesitantly. All I had to do was make sure to find something of equal or lesser value (that’s the caveat, right?). I eventually landed on this lacy blue dress and a little black number to try on.

    The black one had me feeling (and looking) a little frumpy. But, once I got this  dress on, I knew it was the one. It fits great and is just my size. The lace is cute and dainty, with a nice swish. The color is one that doesn’t appear in my wardrobe very often, for some reason. My only gripe is the high neckline, which I ordinarily don’t go for. When something fits so nicely though, I’m willing to overlook a usual preference.

     This is perfect for work, picnic, date or just going to a fair or something. It’s a versatile dress that can pretty much be for anything if you accessorize. 

      My basic feeling about Francesca’s is that I love the variety. The bright, colorful clothing mixed in with knickknacks and notebooks, really matches what I love in a shop. Every time I’ve been there, the ladies have been fantastic and so encouraging to others who go there to peruse. I love hearing their cheery voices over the dressing room walls, “that looks great on you!”. 

     They really seem to know what they’re doing with their own style, too. They have a real grasp on layering, which admittedly is something I need to get better at. Every time I go in, there’s always something new to look at. 

     I will note that there seems to be a trend- they seem to regularly have Bachelorette party gifts and #Bride gear. It doesn’t appear that it’s there and is gone, they seem to have a rotating stock in it. So I recommend checking out Francesca’s if you or someone you know is a bride-to-be. I’ll definitely have to return to grab some party swag for me and the girls!

      I’ll definitely say that their price point a little on the mid-high side, as usual, nothing you wouldn’t expect from a boutique of this nature. It’s in tier with my favorite local boutique, The Posh Peach.

     They’re a little industrial in the interior design area- not all the way, but enough to be up my alley. It’s warm and welcoming with a great variety of items and looks and top-notch clearance. To close up this review, I’ll say I’d give it a….

/5

   We’re bringing back the rating system for boutiques with Francesca’s. I’m so pleased that I was able to actually bring something home with me this time. I’ve been in and out of here a few times over the course of the last 6 months and had to include them! If you guys head there, tag us on instagram so we can see your haul!

Hometown Cravings; Crunch Berry Latte With Origin Coffee

I came into Origin Coffee, once again, for a wonderful tryday experiment! Honestly, I love asking the lovely people to just make something fun. I get some really unique flavor experiences that way. Today I asked about something unique, outside of my usual favorites, Mocha, Caramel and Brown Sugar. I was introduced to the Captain Crunch Iced Latte.
 
   As mentioned in the previous Origin post, their coffee is locally sourced and has a bit of bite to it. I feel like they use a darker roast, due to the tinge of bitterness I get underneath the other flavors. That being said, this drink is mild, but the coffee flavor may be a bit much for those who don’t like the bitterness. The bite of the coffee adds a wonderful counterbalance to the raspberry flavor that is the predominant flavor.
 
   The flavors they used to make this wonderful concoction were Caramel, Hazelnut, and Raspberry. The hazelnut is so subtle and adding not really a nutty flavor, but just a touch of that cereal taste. It’s really surprising to me how well the flavors work together to bring in a sweet, not-too-rich, drink. 
 
     By now, you guys probably think I’m completely obsessed with Origin Coffee, and well… you’d be right. Proximity and quality are unparalleled and the staff they have working here are absolutely wonderful. I definitely highly recommend Origin and I can’t sing their praises enough.
 
Lucky me that they set up shop so close to my home!
 

Taste; /5

   I love this drink! It’s the perfect amount of new and nostalgia. When I asked for something new and “Crunch Berries?” came from behind the counter, I was curious. It surpassed my expectations and gave me something to crave when I’m feeling some nostalgia-need.

 
Now that we’ve taken care for your regularly scheduled content, I have the next couple of posts planned. We’re going to be attending the grand opening for Petite Sweets n Treats, and seeing what kind of goodies she’s whipped up for this big event! Followed by my first Beauty post (what’s in my bag?) featuring my top dollar acquisitions or this huge makeup wholesale event I’ll be attending Saturday! Time will tell which one goes live first!
  
I’ll also be reviewing the newest JnJ Merch from Vista Print that I get each month! We’ll be seeing a few subscription oriented posts- Ipsy, Promobox and the Goodie Box from our baker friends over at Petite Sweets N Treats. 
 
Though it’s been completely insane for me for the past month or so, I’ve been making plans!
 
Stay fabulous, guys! I’ll see you Monday!

What’s New; Lizard Thicket Edition!

What’s new, guys? I’ve recently decided to hit some of our older locations and scout out new favorites that eluded me. I started this off by returning to Lizard Thicket, here in Columbus! I’ve spent a few days scouring their website to try to link you to the styles. Sadly, I wasn’t able to actually find anything online that I found.

Let’s get this show on the road with these four styles that I was enamored with!

Pool Party Prep!

    One of the first things I gravitated towards was this adorable Gingham wrap dress. I was a little worried about the front, because historically, I’m terrible with anything that wraps.  Imagine my joy on finding that the dress zips up the back.

    The fabric was nice and formfitting, with just a touch of texture that was more evident on my back. I really like the cut of this particular item. The little ruffles give it an air of cute femininity that just makes this the perfect item to be paired with some straw accessories.

     I’m feeling a straw bag, nothing seriously huge, but something small and portable like this, from Urban Outfitters. Since this is a perfect outfit for a day by the pool, you don’t want to forget your straw hat! This is a great dress to really lean into that summer aesthetic. I’ll go ahead and do a preview on some stylish summer accessories below! You can click those images below to visit the website!

 

Slide View: 2: Straw Ribbon-Trim Boater Hat Slide View: 5: Circle Straw Crossbody Bag Slide View: 2: Crap Eyewear The Love Tempo Sunglasses Slide View: 6: Swedish Hasbeens Kringlan Sandal

School Day Vibes!

This second style was a modest over-all dress, which is something I’m crazy about lately. These styles are just absolutely adorable and versatile and work well with stripes underneath or even a graphic tee. The closest I could find to this exact one is this, I paired it with this adorable crop top. 

This sort of thing always strikes me as school-clothes, probably in no small part because it was my favorite uniform when I was a child. Or at least close it- this is in a somewhat similar vein. Maybe that’s why I’m still insane about anything that looks like School Uniforms.

I really like the idea of leaning into the academic feeling with this style. I’m talking backpack purse, hi-socks and sneakers. In fact, might change the shirt for that… I’m feeling this one to lend a little more modesty to the look. Some accessories that I like with this are below! 

main image Slide View 2: What A Betty Knotted Headband main image

     

Aim for the Stars!

The last time I went to Lizard Thicket I found this dress- at the time, it was a size too small and wouldn’t fit properly. I’m thrilled that I found it in my size this time (though truth be told, may still be a touch form fitting). To see some of the great things I found in one of my first solo boutique posts, click here!

love this dress. It’s so shiny and seems great for all of the exorbitant partying I… don’t do. In any event, I can see this as being a lively dress for a night out on the town with the girls or even a casual date night.

Maybe I want to lean into the sparkly bits too much, but I’m not sure if I’m feeling silver or gold for accessories. You know what? Gold. We have to break up that silver with some contrast. For this dress, I mostly stuck with the Lizard Thicket’s website to aid in finding accessories, since I like to roam around the internet on my search.

  Mydebut Strappy Sandal,
                        Main,
                        color, Silver Faux Leather 

Honorable Mention:

Forever and a Day Dress

     I found a variant in this dress, it was absolutely adorable. The one I came across was yellow but was similar in every other way. I loved it. But to my sorrow, it didn’t fit me. I really, really wish I could find it on the site but it does seem to be missing some direct links in their catalog. 

     It would have been so fun to accessorize it with a lace and floral patterns, but I feel like any accessorization that I do would fall short in this case.

    Soon I’ll be returning to the Posh Peach, Sassy and Southern, Blushing Brunette to bring you their new styles!

Columbus has No Shame

     No Shame is a part of an art underground here in Columbus, and what a shame I had never even heard of it. I have to give a thanks to @amanda_rad over on Instagram for making me hip to this event!

     No shame is basically a semi-latenight live art show that features the original works of 15 artists that are lucky enough to be the first to register. The art presented includes spoken word poetry, comedy, song and soliloquy- this is definitely for 18+ because some of it is definitely not for little ears. Signup starts at 10:00 pm with the show beginning at 10:30 pm, for the interested.

     They actually have a surprisingly long history, I’ll paste that below for the curious!

     The first No Shame started 28 years ago in the back of a pick-up in Iowa City, Iowa. Since then, branches have sprung up in New York, Miami, Chicago, Cleveland, Austin, Charlottesville and other cities. Well-known No Shame alumni include John Leguizamo (“Ice Age”), Camryn Manheim (“The Practice”) Rebecca Gilman (“Spinning into Butter”), Naomi Wallace (“Things of Dry Hours”), Rick Cleveland (“Six Feet Under”) and Jonathan Larson (“Rent”).

     In less than five years, the Springer’s weekly No Shame Theatre has become the most successful in the country, premiering more than 2,500 original acts with more than 170,000 people in attendance. (Read more HERE!)

No Shame Greeter
Not what I expected with “a lady bathed in strobe light”

     I arrived much earlier than either the signup for show starting time, at 8:30 due to just being around the area and having nothing better to do to kill time. As the time ticked nearer a gaggle of excited locals congregated at the door. The gathering crowd held debates and talked about societal issues, there wasn’t too much light conversation going on. At about 9:45 pm the volunteers brought out their “lady bathed in a strobe light”, which surprisingly wasn’t what I was expecting. I think my expectation was an actual lady hanging out in a spotlight, I guess I should have paid attention to their site. To be fair, I did want to go in as blind as possible. So mission accomplished?

     At promptly 10:30 pm with several debates being in full swing, the doors opened to let us in. I was one of the first through the doors, and declined participation in the performance. I do plan to attend at a later date and share my own writing, as a personal goal.

     There’s a bar at the back wall of the entryway, for those visitors who have a designated driver. I, unfortunately couldn’t since I was driving. The throng of people made their way to the auditorium, which was nothing like the auditorium I’ve seen. In the center of the room was a setup that was perfect for an introspective piece, and luckily one of the performers took advantage of the room’s existing atmosphere. 

No Shame Waterfall
The waterfall that held my attention for a while!

    My favorite thing about the props that were accenting the room was this well-made waterfall with faux-moonlight. I spent part of the time there just admiring the folds in the fabric. Maybe I’m just easily impressed, but I really think they did a phenomenal job. 

    I want to make a quick heads up to future attendees of No Shame Columbus. Despite the room being fairly sizable, the volume of people filling in and the cacophony of voices makes this a stressful place for those who have a hard time handling being around lots of people. Usually, I’m okay but honestly the noise combined with the number of people made even the large room feel so cramped. Warning aside, once the performers started and everyone was silent the room returned to its size.

     The spokesman took the stage at about 10:45 and I want to commend him on his charisma. He legitimately looked so at home in front of a nearly full house. He rang off the names of the performers with the help of the audience and called up any newcomers for a small initiation. I actually was able to convince myself to make my way up to participate, but did not have a partner for a rock-paper-scissors style game so I found myself seated quickly.

    The first couple performers were comedians. The first being stand-up while looking intentionally disheveled. some of his humor was definitely intended for 18+, so just another heads-up! My favorite part of his segment was his Three Rules of Tinder.

Be Attractive

Don’t be Unattractive

                                                                             Don’t say “Hi”

The third is definitely pretty solid advice, that I wonder if the second performer followed. He serenaded the audience with his tale of heartbreak and falling in love with no less than 3 different women having the same outcome. It was a tale of woe if ever there was one, to love someone who’s not capable of loving you because of orientation. Sadly, I can’t remember any lines from his piece, but it was quite good! At  the bottom of this post, I’ll put a slideshow of all of the performers so I don’t crowd the text or stretch the page!

     Acts 3 and 4 were a little more on the serious side. The first was a guy who stated he has only 1 or 2 more visits to No Shame before he’s gone. He gifted the audience with a thought provoking soliloquy about that which is hidden. His attire and the backdrop of tstage” was just perfect. He paced the stage and really drove a sense of urgency. He accomplished his goal wonderfully! Thankfully, I did manage to get a couple of decent pictures of him in (what I thought was) a prime location. I want to say this gentleman was my favorite act. When I go back, I’ll be saddened by his absence.

     Following him was my personal inspiration to resume poetry. A young poet that was writing imagery- she’s working on a book of poems about Columbus locations. When it comes out I plan to buy it. Her piece included two poems, one that perfectly described Fountain City, and the other that brought Kilwins to mind. She definitely inspired me to try my hand at capturing some of my favorite landmarks!

     Act 5 was there for his second time, and first time performing. Despite that, his taking the spotlight was met with a raucous barrage of cheers that was deafening. He was a comedic act, much like the earlier first 2 acts and his had a veneer of relatability. Again, this is something I don’t remember too much about, sadly. I will say that I do remember how well he composed himself, despite his nerves. I don’t know him, but I’m proud of him! Once he reclaimed his seat, a rapper made his way to the stage and was likewise charismatic. In a similar vein I can’t remember too much. But the picture I captured really shows his comfort!

 

No Shame in ending this here! 

     I don’t particularly want to make this a dauntingly long post, so I’ll cut this short here. I will say that I do recommend this for a fun night out on a Friday. At 5 dollars a head, it definitely not the most expensive thing you can do in Columbus, and it’s in the heart of our Downtown. Big thanks to the people of No Shame! Thank you for creating an environment where people feel safe to share their passions and try something new.

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up

Are you ready to get Plucked Up? I’ve found that I’ve recently fallen into a routine, and while some would find that comforting, I find it infuriating. This week, I decided to try something new, after eating CJs Wings and Things for 2 full weeks. I do feel a little bad for cheating on one…

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up

Are you ready to get Plucked Up? I’ve found that I’ve recently fallen into a routine, and while some would find that comforting, I find it infuriating. This week, I decided to try something new, after eating CJs Wings and Things for 2 full weeks. I do feel a little bad for cheating on one…

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up

Are you ready to get Plucked Up? I’ve found that I’ve recently fallen into a routine, and while some would find that comforting, I find it infuriating. This week, I decided to try something new, after eating CJs Wings and Things for 2 full weeks. I do feel a little bad for cheating on one…

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up

Are you ready to get Plucked Up? I’ve found that I’ve recently fallen into a routine, and while some would find that comforting, I find it infuriating. This week, I decided to try something new, after eating CJs Wings and Things for 2 full weeks. I do feel a little bad for cheating on one…

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up

Are you ready to get Plucked Up? I’ve found that I’ve recently fallen into a routine, and while some would find that comforting, I find it infuriating. This week, I decided to try something new, after eating CJs Wings and Things for 2 full weeks. I do feel a little bad for cheating on one…

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans

Engaging Eats; This Chicken is Plucked Up was originally published on Java and Jeans