...mirame a los ojos y escuchame atentamente.
Prometo amarte en todas tus facetas ahora y siempre, prometo no olvidar jamás que nuestro amor es único, nacido de lo más profundo de mi alma...
...no me importan los desafíos, tampoco quien intente separarnos, siempre hallaremos la forma de volver a unirnos...
Porque nuestras vidas, ya son inseparables...
Pero sobre todo te prometo, que no te querré el resto de tú vida,
Pero Sí, el resto de la mía ....®#tx#ta#you_fir#siemprejuntos#amami_fino_alla_fine #🌷🍀
120g (1 pack) Bernard Matthews Wafer Thin Turkey Ham thinly sliced
Knob of butter
4 eggs, beaten
40g grated cheddar cheese(low fat) ************** Beat together the eggs into a large bowl, add the milk and season with salt and pepper. Heat the butter in a non-stick frying pan. You can choose to make one large omelette or two small ones depending on how you would like to serve.
Pour the beaten egg mixture into the pan and cook for a few seconds until the eggs are starting to set at the bottom of the pan.
At this point scatter the cheese and ham evenly over the top of the omelette and continue to cook.
When the cheese has started to melt, slide the pan under the grill for a couple of minutes to cook through thoroughly. When the omelette is a golden brown, serve.
We are headed to Texas y'all! I'm so excited to bring our tees and hats to everyone there! It's just a few short weeks away. If you live close, I'd love to see you! I would be so grateful if you tagged any family or friends who are close to Waco. We will be @frontporchpickins at Indian Spring Park which is just a few blocks from Magnolia. It's going to be amazing and my girl @bizzysewing will be helping me! #rosieluv#rosieluvapparel#rosieandbizzytakeTX#waco#tx
[The Great Solar Eclipse]
I had my tripod, camera and filter set to capture the peak of the eclipse from Austin, TX on 08/21/2017 at 1:10 PM. And suddenly the sun was covered by clouds. It was "oh sh*t!" moment for us, but I thought it will be fun to little over expose and take the shot. And it came out pretty nice, even better than other sharp eclipse photos. I still have to find the scientific reason for the multi colored diffused light in the clouds, but it looks cool, isn't it?
This photo is a single click and no photo tricks are involved. Minor adjustments and export is done from Lightroom.
Canon EOS REBEL T3i