I love going to the beach in Brazil and seeing the vendors pass with a bucket like grill with the cheese skewers and molasses to drizzle on top. They grill the cheese skewer in front of us and offer a small container with molasses for dipping. It brings such great memories of our summer vacations at our beach house, all the weekends I’ve spent with friends and family enjoying the beautiful beaches in my home State of Bahia in Brazil. It is always a family favorite when we visit Brazil!
Q: Do you outsource or make all the costumes on the show? Mari-An Ceo: For our principal actors, because they have to have multiple outfits – it’s hard enough to make one but it’s really hard to make three in a couple of days. For background players we go to costume houses and sometimes we’ll buy things depending upon what we need but with principals we pretty much make everything. Abigail: They make it in front of my eyes, there’s this guy named Carlos who pretty makes Ihem in front of our eyes.
Mother’s Day will come sooner than you think! Yes and I have so much jewelry and other gifts my family usually give me! So sharing that with hubby and how much I hate when I’m on my comfy couch in our TV room, that I have to get up to turn the DVD on, to switch to Amazon Fire TV and so many other things that our remote wouldn’t handle….I wish I claim the remote control and life was easier!! It would be the perfect Mother’s Day Gift everrrrr !
I just love that Philly and my hometown are sister cities and have several exchange programs! When love is the foundation of uniting two destinations so different yet, so similar, you know that there is indestructible bond uniting those two cities!!! #visitphilly#hostedhttps://t.co/6ZJ55QEI2F
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