Flint Farmers’ Market – Mexico & Italy At The Market©


 Flint Farmers’ Market

Mexico At The Market

T-Shirt

Classy Silhouette

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Update: I purchased the $2 Tuesday Pizza Tuesday Special.

Until Next Time,

Bridget Denise Webb

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Blessings to you to the God power!

 

 

 

Flint Institute of Arts


Thanks to Huntington, who offers “Free Saturdays” every Saturday in collaboration with the Flint Institute of Arts, I was able to visit the Flint Institute of Arts, at no charge. “Free Saturdays” is  an open invite to all! You are able to view the entire institute at no charge. A great way to get out and experience culture and do something without spending money. (Normal admission: FIA Members:  Free, Adults:  $7.00, Children 12 & Under:  Free, Students & Senior Citizens:  $5.00)

The Flint Institute of Arts is located in the college cultural area of my hometown, Flint, MI.

I have visit the Flint Institute of Arts before, on this visit, I was able to take pictures (see below).

Bunny Wall (128 Paintings), 2009 -13 Oil on wood in found frames #flintarts
Bunny Wall (128 Paintings), 2009 – 13 Oil on wood in found frames #flintarts
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WILLSON GALLERY Art of the Americas Art of Africa #flintarts
WILLSON GALLERY Art of the Americas Art of Africa #flintarts
WILLSON GALLERY Art of the Americas Art of Africa #flintarts
WILLSON GALLERY Art of the Americas Art of Africa #flintarts
THOMPSON GALLERY #flintarts
Duane Hanson College Student, 1990 #flintarts
Duane Hanson College Student, 1990 #flintarts
Duane Hanson College Student, 1990 #flintarts
Duane Hanson College Student, 1990 #flintarts
Duane Hanson College Student, 1990 #flintarts
Paul Jenkins American, 1932 – 2012 Phenomena Forking Paths, 1967 – 68 Acrylic on canvas #flintarts
Paul Jenkins American, 1932 – 2012 Phenomena Forking Paths, 1967 – 68 Acrylic on canvas #flintarts
Hallway in the Flint Institute of Arts #flintarts
Jim Dine American, b. 1935 Ape and Cat (At the Dance), 1993 Bronze #flintarts
TOUR ~ MATE Flint Institute of Arts #flintarts
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Viola Frey American, 1933 – 2004 Answering Woman, 1988 – 89 Stoneware #flintarts
Viola Frey American, 1933 – 2004 Answering Woman, 1988 – 89 Stoneware #flintarts
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LEFLEUR LIBRARY #flintarts
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LEFLEUR LIBRARY #flintarts
LEFLEUR LIBRARY #flintarts
LEFLEUR LIBRARY #flintarts
LEFLEUR LIBRARY #flintarts
LEFLEUR LIBRARY #flintarts
LEFLEUR LIBRARY #flintarts
LAFLEUR LIBRARY #flintarts
LAFLEUR LIBRARY #flintarts
LAFLEUR LIBRARY #flintarts
LAFLEUR LIBRARY #flintarts
St. Joseph Hospital Flint, MI
St. Joseph Hospital Flint, MI

 

 

The Flint Institute of Arts is located at, 1120 E. Kearsley St., Flint, MI  48503, 810-234-1695

Picture Rights: The pictures are my personal pictures taken with permission by The Flint Institute of Arts with my personal cellphone. Please do not take these images without my permission. If you would like to use the pictures for any purpose please contact me. Thank you.

Until Next Time,

 

Bridget Denise Webb

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Pieology®


I follow Pieology Pizzeria on Instagram @pieology. I had the opportunity to try their pizza one evening in Royal Oak, MI. I didn’t know that they had a restaurant in Michigan!

The theory behind Pieology is the study of custom pizza! Inspired pizza!

They have an unlimited topping pizza, where you can choose your own toppings and they have pizza choices that have already been given a name.

I had the unlimited pizza. Unlimited toppings are really unlimited!

It’s set up is that of a walk through, where you start with choosing what kind of crust you desire.

My choice: Whole Wheat Crust

The crust is in a ball of dough that is pressed out into a circular shape. No pre-made crust!

From there you choose from Herb butter or olive oil to coat your crust.

My choice: I had both!

Next, you choose your sauce.

My choice: Red Sauce

Next,  your choice of cheese or cheeses.

And then your toppings.

The results was a creation of a custom made pizza that I had the opportunity to create from my choosing!

This picture is of what was left of my custom creation. One half of the pizza!

The crust is thin, if you choose alot of toppings, it’s best to keep that in mind. I used a fork, for etiquette purposes, but it was also purposeful for eating the pizza as a whole, because the crust is thin.

So the next time you’re looking for a great pizza spot look up Pieology or are in Royal Oak, MI stop by Pieology: 323 S. Main St., Royal Oak, MI  48067.

Until Next Time,

Bridget Denise Webb

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Blessings to you to the God power!

 

 

 

Mrs. Ella Pearl Webb©


My beautiful paternal grandmother who my other siblings and I, even my mother (when around us), and cousins,  called “Grandma”, Mrs. Ella Pearl Webb. 

Saved! She loved to sew! I can remember her patterns being out on the table when I was little, she also made me and my older sister dresses, baked rolls, cooked, loved to dress, classy in style, hats and all, and loved Doublemint & Spearmint gum! 

(That’s not all I remember about her.) 

It’s something how I can remember her food while writing this, how it looked, and some of the things she would make. 

Mothers and Grandmothers play an important role in their children and grandchildren’s lives.  #GrandMa 💜

Until Next Time, 

Bridget

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Another Reason Why It Pays To Keep Your Receipt©


As an avid receipt taker, not only do receipts help you keep track of purchases, how much you spent, where you bought it from, proof of purchases, and make exchanges and returns possible, some of them also come with great rewards, deals, savings, and benefits from the merchant. A great example, the following receipt from Culver’s in Grand Blanc, MI:

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Just for taking a survey (about my visit) within 48 hours of my visit, on my next purchase I received a Free Single Dish:

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A $2.29 value, free! And might I add, it was delicious.

The next time you’re out shopping, eating, spending don’t forget to get your receipt. Not only that, but read you’re receipt. You might be missing out on some great rewards, deals, savings, and benefits.

Until Next Time,

Bridget Denise Webb

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