Last year, we decided to host a big bash for all of our friends to help celebrate our tenth wedding anniversary. What a great time we all had at the party, and I just love to look back on the fabulous pictures that we got taken at the photo booth.

In fact, our entire party was so much fun that we are thinking about making some annual event out of a summertime bash. After all, why not enjoy all of the sun and fun that we possibly can.

Our friends were all euphoric for the both of us and our time together. When we met, we had both been through some rough times and were not actually thinking about finding long term happiness with someone else. In fact, we were just friends with each other for the first few years that we knew each other.

We talked a lot, and my husband helped me to get through some rough times in my life. As we celebrated the party with our photo booth rental Mi, we looked back on our life together. For us, the changing moment in our relationship involved going to see a new movie together as friends. However, we saw each other with new eyes that night, and the fandom has always been unique to the two of us since then.

So, one of the crazy themes that we used with the photo booth had to do with that type of movie. It was a science fiction thing, so that made for lots and lots of fun in the photo booth for us and for all of our family and friends who have seen our relationship grow together in the years since then.

In fact, we took themes from some of the highlights of our relationship and used them to create the most fantastic party ever that folks still talk about. The pictures we got are so hilarious, and we have posted them in various ways to help the fun continue. My bestie even made some memes with a couple of them because they are just so darned funny that she had to share them with the world.

While our crazy time might not go viral, we are all still enjoying looking at the pictures that were taken in the photo booth that we hired as a part of the event and celebration. We included various things, including the fact that we are both employed in the computer industry to help make some fun that was a little goofy but right on the line for our friends and us.

Michigan Photo Booth WeddingsIn fact, I recommend that everyone consider using this photo booth rental Michigan. If you have something that you can make a good theme out of, the pictures that are taken can be amazing. The photo of my father in law dressed up like a baby new year as part of the recognition of our kids was too funny to be believed! My mother in law even used it for their summer holiday cards to share with the folks in our family who were not able to make it into town for the event.

Of course, I sure am glad that I called ahead of time. We started planning the bash right after our ninth anniversary, so I had plenty of time to get everything just right. I didn't realize how in demand these things are. I found out that if I would have waited another couple of months from when I secured the contract that I might not have been able to get one.

Although summer is a busy time, these are famous for parties throughout the year. I am so glad that my sister suggested that we add it to the list of festivities for our guests to enjoy. It turned out that the photo booth was one of the biggest hits of our party. Please check out the Facebook - Photo booth for awesome stories.

These pictures are so funny; I have to put them on my humorous website so I can see them all together and others can too. Why not share the great fun that we had with our friends and family!

Gluten-Free, Paleo, and Lower-Carb

When the nip of autumn is in the air, my thoughts always turn to savory squash drizzled with maple syrup, pumpkin pie topped with whipped cream, and best of all, the intoxicating smell of a freshly baked apple pie.

Apple pie brings back a lot of childhood memories for me. I remember my Grandma in the kitchen with my mother the day before Thanksgiving, whipping up two apple pies and two pumpkin pies for the festivities the next day. When I was finally old enough to pitch in and help make the pies, I felt like a real grown-up!

Now, every time I smell cinnamon or apple pie spice, I think of being a young girl helping with the pies for the first time. So when fall came around this year, I was eager to dive right into pie-making.

Then I remembered that I was trying to cut back on carbs!

At first, I was crushed. Apple pie is loaded with carbs "especially all that crust and added sugar. Then I remembered that it was the pleasant smell and taste of the apples and cinnamon that I loved most. After a little thinking, I came up with a way to get my spicy-sweet apples and stick with my diet plan. If you're following a Paleo, gluten free, or lower-carb diet, this recipe may work for you, too.

Made with eggs, apples, cheese, cinnamon, and a few other ingredients, this Paleo-friendly, gluten-free recipe will have you up at the crack of dawn every morning, ready to greet the day… and this omelet!

Not only does this fall-inspired omelet take only fifteen minutes to make, but it's also a great option for serving to special guests. If that wasn't enough of a nudge to motivate you to try it, this will: for just a couple of dollars; you'll have a healthy, delicious breakfast that is guilt free!

Apple Pie Omelet: Gluten-Free, Paleo, and Lower-Carb
Servings: 1
Prep and Cook Time: 15 minutes


2 teaspoons of Earth Balance buttery spread, divided (or butter, if you're doing dairy)
1 apple, sliced thinly
2-3 teaspoons 100% real maple syrup (to your taste)
Half a teaspoon of ground cinnamon
2 large eggs
2 tablespoons almond milk, unsweetened original flavor (or cream, if you don't mind dairy)
Salt, to taste
Pepper, to taste
3 tablespoons finely shredded non-dairy cheese (or regular cheddar cheese if you're okay with dairy)
2 tablespoons of walnuts or pecans, toasted and finely chopped (optional)


1.Melt 1 of the teaspoons of buttery spread in a non-stick frying pan.
2.Cook the apple slices in the greased skillet over medium-high heat until they are softening and begin to brown a little, about five minutes or so.
3.Drizzle the maple syrup over the apple slices and sprinkle the cinnamon over the top, tossing gently to coat the slices well.
4.Keep cooking for another 30 seconds or so, then remove the pan from the heat and set it aside.
5.Separate your eggs, reserving the whites in one bowl and the yolks in a second bowl.
6.Add the almond milk to the egg yolks, along with a dash or two of salt and pepper.
7.Whisk the yolks and almond milk until they are well-blended, then set aside.
8.Using a whisk or a hand mixer, beat your egg whites until soft peaks just start to form.
9.Fold your egg whites into the yolks gently.
10.Melt the other teaspoon of buttery spread in a small non-stick pan over a low flame, then add your egg mixture and heat the eggs for 3 minutes.
11.Take your cheese and sprinkle it over the eggs, then top with your cooked apple slices.
12.Cover the pan and cook for 5 to 6 more minutes, just until you see the eggs are set, with the bottom a nice golden brown.
13.Slide the omelet onto the plate, folding one-half of it on top of the other.

Garnish with a sprinkling of finely chopped walnuts, if you wish.

If you're trying to cut back on sugar, gluten, or are adhering to a Paleo diet, apple pie may not be on the menu for you right now. Just wait, I have something delicious coming on Peaches and Cake. But this apple-infused omelet may be just the satisfying, tasty breakfast treat that will quell your craving for a heavenly helping of apple pie.