Friday, July 5, 2013

Our first wedding!

Back in the spring, our friends Chad & Amanda asked us to take photos at their upcoming wedding in June. Of course, most of you know that we take pictures of cattle and the occasional cute kid and people candids. Amanda wasn't letting us off the hook because she, like us when we got married, wanted to know and feel comfortable with the person taking their photos.

I will admit, we were nervous. We did some research, photo stalking, and met with our very talented friend Kelsey Malicote of Malicote Photography to prep for the big day. I mean we have cameras and lenses, but we rented a few pieces to give us the edge for the wedding day.

Did I mention it rained? I was terrified and it wasn't even my wedding! It rained for most of the day leading up to picture time. We were to meet at 5:30 for photos, and thankfully the sun began shining and set a perfect backdrop for the outside photos. Yay!

Chad, Amanda, and their beautiful little girl AnnaBelle were awesome subjects to deal with. The whole thing was so laid back and relaxed that it couldn't have been a more perfect first wedding for us. I got to do creative shots like I was hoping for. Drew just kept praying that I didn't enjoy wedding photography.

So here is a sneak peek of our very first wedding! I don't think we did too bad! There is lots more to see, but we gotta save those for Mr. and Mrs. Hudgins!

 For real... we took these.
 I'm not joking.

Thank you to Chad & Amanda for trusting us to capture your special day! We had an absolutely fantastic time! We wish you a lifetime of happiness and many more beautiful children like precious AnnaBelle!

Saturday, June 1, 2013

Corgis at the capital!

A few weeks ago after our sale in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania we decided to head to Washington D.C. on our way home. Drew had never been to our nation's capital, and I love the history and monuments. The only kink in our trip was that we had the dogs. Which meant no museums, but you can take them to the National Mall.

Family Photo at WWII Memorial

First off, let me say that our corgis don't walk on a leash that much. The first 30 minutes of walking was a nightmare. The pulling, choking, and down right craziness was almost enough to make you want to get back in the car.

They started to get the hang of it after a bit. They also enjoyed the massive amount of attention they got. I mean other people had their dogs, but oh my- corgis are popular!

Since we had the dogs and I had been to D.C. before I let Drew go check out the monuments while I stayed back with the dogs. Drew said he could always tell where I was. You just looked for the large group of people and that's where I was.

"Are those corgis?"
"What are there names?"
"Are they boys or girls?"
"Which one is the girl? Which one is the boy?"
"How old are they?"
"That one is fat!"
"Are they brothers & sisters or boyfriend/girlfriend?"
"Can I pet them?" 

Tuck loved all the attention! He would jump and bark. I told him we had to be quiet because we had to be respectful. We also had to make sure Tuck didn't pee on any monuments.

They also wanted to jump in the reflecting pool because of the ducks. Now wouldn't that have been embarrassing?

The best story of the day happened at the Lincoln Memorial. Drew went up into the monument while Gabby, Tuck, and I sat on the steps. This really nice, young couple come up to me.

"I know this will sound really crazy, but our friend is obsessed with corgis. Can we take a picture with your dogs?"   Of course!

After one last stop at the Martin Luther King Jr memorial the dogs were pooped out! We headed back to the car for a drink of water and headed home!

Friday, May 31, 2013

{Sale Day Fashion} Generations of Value

Better enjoy it! It's the last one for spring!

We ended our last sale for the spring sale season on May 11. Thus, I know this post is a tad bit late. I have been taking the time to unwind, de-stress, and enjoy a little down time. Minus a few ads I have had to proof over the last few weeks.

Up until lately it hasn't been super warm. Even in Georgia. Though I was having a good hair day!

Sweater: Talbots
Jeans: Lane Bryant
Necklace: Stella & Dot (here)
New Phone Case! Initial Outfitters

I've enjoyed sharing what I wore throughout the spring. It has definitely made me think twice about what I was wearing and not duplicating outfits. Looking forward to the fall sale season - well not just yet! 

Friday, May 10, 2013

Abercrombie can kiss my plus-size butt!

(I try not to get on my soap box very often, but I read an article this morning that struck a cord with me. Please bare with me if I begin to ramble.) 

I do not hide it that I have been a "bigger boned" girl my entire life. There were times during my younger years that I really struggled with it internally, but as I have gotten older (and wiser) I have accepted my uniqueness and went on with my life. 

As a teenage girl, I went with my friends to the mall. Of course, many of them were shopping at Abercrombie and Fitch. They could fit into the small sizes that A&F market. If you ask me that awful strong cologne smell always got to me. For many years I tried my hardest to squeeze into some size Large A&F clothes. Some of the t-shirts had suggestive sayings, and since all my thinner friends were wearing them I thought I needed to as well. Of course none of these clothes made me feel good about myself because I always felt like I needed to suck it in. 

Recently, the CEO of Abercrombie and Fitch, Mitch Jefferies has made statements against "large women shoppers" at A&F. He has also made comments that A&F hires "good looking" people to work at their sale, and that is who they market to. Stating, "We don't market to anything other than that." According to A&F, fat chicks will never be apart of the "in crowd." I thought I did just fine. 

Perhaps even more disturbing is that Jefferies doesn't think he has said or done anything wrong. 

These comments have obviously struck a cord with shoppers, both male and female alike. Which, I, too  was bothered by. With the amount of bullying that goes on in our society - no person should be made to feel bad about themselves - ESPECIALLY from a clothing company. Our schools and society are hard enough to live in with the amount of negativity, peer pressure, and stereotypes that surround us. No clothing company has the right to make a person feel bad about themselves. I personally think that shows the improper morals and down right meanness that the company and the CEO possess. 

In the article I read it named Jefferies as one of the bravest and most successful brand builders. Because he sells sex and skinny. If these are the two things that you think you need to be pushing to teenagers than maybe you have some moral problems personally and professionally. Abercrombie and Fitch is known for their scandalous advertisements with naked to semi-naked models. 

I could encourage you to not shop at Abercrombie and Fitch, but it really is not my business. I would just ask before you do go shopping or walk into their store you think about the morals of their company, and what they are teaching our youth today. 

(I hope my soap box wasn't too high)

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

The gift of leadership

Being a girl with a background in the FFA and the American Junior Simmental Association, you would guess that I love leadership. I love to study it, to read about it, to live it. Back in the good ole days of FFA, I read my far share of John Maxwell books for quotes and stories to use in my speeches. I loved taking the Strengths Test to find out my Top 5 Strengths. It made me excited and driven to be a better leader for whatever organization I was in. 

One of my Top 5 Strengths also had to do with giving. I love to give gifts. Whether it be tangible or not, making someone day is a beautiful thing. Making someone smile or letting them know you are thinking about them is important in my book. 

But one day.. I came home from a sale to find an envelope in the mail with my name on it. 

What was inside?

I open it to find a sweet note along side a book. Rachel Cutrer of Ranch House Designs and a standout in the marketing and advertising world of the cattle industry had sent me a special package. Along with her note was a book by Chris Boleman entitled "Lead on the Bright Side." (and it was signed!)
Being friends with many Aggies I had heard of Mr. Boleman before. Of course, loving leadership I was excited to get back to my old ways and dive into this book. 

I am the type of reader that once I dive into reading, I hang close to it until I am finished. The book was a light and easy read. It is filled with stories and Dr. Boleman's speciality - poems! I'm not talking those boring poems from English class. I am talking poems that have a real meaning and relate directly to the topic at hand. Some poems are associated with a story, but there is a whole section with poems written by Mr. Boleman. 

I won't give away all the good stories in the book because I think you should go pick up a copy. One of the stories that led me to tears is about a sweet ferret named Ricki IV. Yes, I cried over a ferret. It is a beautiful story of a positive attitude and including everyone around us and loving them.

Aside from crying over a ferret I will leave you with my favorite quote from Dr. Boleman's book - 

"There is a reason the windshield is bigger than the rearview mirror." (I just love that)

Thank you Rachel for thinking of me and sending me this wonderful leadership book! 

Now go get a copy!

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

{Sale Day Fashion} Family Traditions

This past weekend was the Family Traditions sale in Auburn; which just so happens to be the sale that we (HTP Simmentals) sells our own cattle. It is one of the bigger sales for us for the spring so I wanted to look nice that day. 

Well...I looked nice when I left the hotel. It was pouring down rain the day of the sale. They got just over 4 inches at the sale barn. But don't worry we had plenty of umbrellas and ponchos for customers to head out and look at the cattle. 

But the rain did not do great things for my hair. I kept walking around asking everyone if my hair was "this big" with my hands out to the side of my hair. I felt like I had a fro. So by the time the sale started my hair was half up. 

Jacket: Lane Bryant
Top: Lane Bryant
Jeans: Seven at Lane Bryant
Earrings: Stella & Dot
Necklace: Stella & Dot
Bracelet: Stella & Dot

Rain and frizzy hair aside it was a great sale! We are so lucky to be apart of a successful sale and have some great customers - rain or shine!

Monday, April 15, 2013

Creative Pay it Forward - #1

A warm fuzzy. 

With the events that happened today in Boston I thought I would share something warm, fuzzy, and happy with you. 

Back around the first of the year I saw this thing on Facebook called the "Creative Pay it Forward." Basically you put up this status that you were participating in this, and the first 5 people to comment on the status would be your lucky people. Those people would get something from you this year. Sometime, whenever, wherever. It could be anything you wanted, but its purpose was to brighten someone's day. 

I was in. This was so my thing. 

So I put it up. And I got more than 5 comments, but I was ok with it! I hung them up on my bulletin board and waited for the perfect moment. 

I have been looking and gathering materials for a few of my "Creative Pay it Forward" events. I was so happy to recently package up two special items and send them out! And now I am been waiting patiently for them to arrive at their destinations. 

And then... earlier on twitter & instagram I see this little thing. Amber Martin had received her gift! Amber used to work with us on our website. We miss her and I miss e-mailing her 100 times a day :). So I was very happy that she was one of the people on my list. 

I can't wait to make someone'e else's day - SOON! 

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

{Sale Day Fashion} Ohio Beef Expo

Hello beautiful people! We've been on "break" the last two weeks. Meaning we don't have a sale to run off to, but doesn't technically mean we are on break. 
I've had this outfit to post for awhile, but I keep finding something else to do besides this. Even though I am really excited about our new gear! 

A year ago or so I saw a company with some great sweaters with their logos. Becky over at The Brand Company who also hooked us up with our t-shirts did these sweaters for us. There is another version also, but you will have to wait for another day. 

Sweater: The Brand Company
Button Up: Ralph Lauren
Jeans: Lane Bryant
Necklace/Earrings: Stella & Dot

If you didn't know already, I have became a Stella & Dot Stylist. I love their jewelry and the strong woman that are involved with their company. I have worn the jewelry for years. It is quality product that is always on track with the current trends.  If you want to take a look around here is my website.

This is actually the necklace and earrings I am wearing above.
They are called Fiona! 

Thursday, March 14, 2013

Happy One Year Tucker!

No it's not his birthday. That was back in January, but today marks the one year anniversary that little Tuck joined our family.

We picked him up from Casey and Amber at the Ohio Beef Expo on Thursday of last year. He was so little. And so dang cute. I love corgi puppies- they might just be one of the cutest things ever. Gabby, of course, was not thrilled. I think at times Gabby still wants to send him back, but I know she loves him.

Life with Tuck has been difficult at times, and never a dull moment. We couldn't imagine our life without him now. We love you Tuck and are so happy you are in our family!

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

{Sale Day Fashion} : Tennessee Beef Agribition

Boy, Oh Boy! It has been a busy couple of weeks around our house/office. Of course, I had to get my first cold right in the middle of things. I took one day to do nothing but lay in the bed because I had to get better. 

The first weekend of March we had the Kentucky Beef Expo. We had three sales in one day, and we were all absolutely exhausted at the end of the day. I meant to take a sale day fashion photo of me exhausted, sloppy, and a hot mess, but the sickness and exhaustion won. I sported our new DP shirts that day. 

A few days later armed with cold medicine we took off to the Tennessee Beef Agribition. Where the weather can be beautiful or awful. OR turn from pretty to awful in 10 seconds. It happened. Wind. Yuck. 

Drew always says - "Why don't you take these pictures in the morning?" I always have good intentions, but running late and sale day morning always catch up with me. 

Anywho! I enjoyed my outfit that day though! 

Sweater: Cowgirl Crush (here)
T-shirt: Target
Necklace: Stella & Dot (here)

Enjoy the Stella & Dot? Stick around... this week you might be able to win some!

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

{Sale Day Fashion} Family Traditions Bull Sale

After a cold and rainy day last Thursday, the sun was shining for our sale on Saturday. Actually it was a beautiful day with lots of sunshine. Which always makes for a better sale day. Beautiful weather for people to look at bulls! 

Button Up: Talbots
Sweater: Talbots
Jeans: Lane Bryant 
 I have been struggling with this button up since I got it back in October. I loved it in the magazine, but have had a hard time pairing it with something for the perfect outfit. I was happy with how this turned out. The paisley print is bright and colorful, which I thought paired nicely with my bubble necklace. 

Have you invested in the bubble necklace? I'll be honest... when I find a trend that I like I buy a few different colors. So let's just say I have a nice color wheel of this necklace. 

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

{Sale Day Fashion} Dixie National

I have been to Jackson, Mississippi the last three years for the Dixie National Show & Rodeo, and every year the weather has been awful. You would think that heading south in February would bring warmer weather, but it is something about that show that brings the cold to the south. One year if even snowed, and they don't know how to handle that.

So I was VERY happy when the weather forecast showed some warmer temperatures this year for this event. It was still chilly when the wind was blowing, but no need to break out the winter gear. Sadly, after we left on Sunday they did have some flooding and tornadoes in the area. Thinking of those affected.

Here is a photo from our sale. This is the first lot in the sale. She was purchased for $3,000 and will now have a new home in Indiana. If you would like to know more about how the sale did you can learn more here.

And here is what I wore: (Again, end of the day) 

Jeans: Seven by Lane Bryant
Collared Shirt: Ralph Lauren
Vest: Tommy Hilfiger
Necklace: Premier Jewelry
Earrings: Nigro's Western Store

Of course, being in the south the only way to eat something is fried! And the Dixie National is just the place to get your fried food fix. 

Hello Chicken on a Stick!
Fried Chicken Nugget
Fried Onion
Fried Pickle
All on a stick! 

Until the next sale!

Friday, February 8, 2013

TGIF! High Five!

How has your week been?

1. I participated in a Valentine's Day blogging party. I got paired with Amelia over at Mellow Fellow. Check out my post about our gift exchange! 

2. Did you watch the Super Bowl? Did you see the awesome Dodge commercial during the 4th quarter promoting Agriculture. Here were my thoughts. 

 3. The corgis went to get groomed this week at PetsMart. When I picked them up they had put these adorable bows in Gabby Mae's hair. I loved it! She kept them in most of the day.

 4. We got a new restaurant which is a HUGE deal for us. We tried it out this week, and it was really good. Looking forward to having a place we can go to and not have to drive to Lexington. I had the Pesto Pizza. 

 5.  Last weekend, Drew and I were in Fort Worth. Check out this awesome furniture that was on special during the stock show. You could get everything for $3,500 which I thought was a really good deal. One day I'd love to have a big house that I could decorate in this type of decor. 

Hope you have a great weekend!

Thursday, February 7, 2013

Valentine's Day Blog Party!

Over the last few months I have tried really hard to be a better blogger. One of those ways I am trying is to broaden my blog reading. Back in January I stumbled upon a bloggers Valentine's Day Party hosted at From my Grey Desk Blog and a few other bloggers. By joining the party, they paired you with another blogger. You then checked out their blog, read a little about them, and then sent them a nice Valentine's Day surprise.

I was paired with The Mellow Fellow goes for a ride whose name is Amelia and from Oregon. I checked out her blog to see what things I could dig up about her and to inspire my gift.

I admire people who are creative enough to have an Etsy shop. And she does (check it out here)! And even better... today when my package arrived it had items from her shop, which of course, we Valentine's Day themed! She even included something for my Gabby Mae! Gabby will look awesome in her Valentine's Day scarf all the way from Oregon! She also included a homemade treat (chocolate not to be shared with dogs). You can find out about my chocolate treats on her blog.

Another thing you can learn from Amelia's blog is that she is a pug lover! We are both dog lovers! She actually commented about my sweet dogs when were exchanging information. So it was no surprise when I received an animal card!

Thanks for the awesome Valentine's Day goodies Amelia! Here is her post about what I sent her!

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Does Fort Worth ever cross your mind?

Back in 2009 the Fort Worth Stock Show was one of the first event Drew travelled to with us for a DP Sales event. There is a very long story behind how the whole trip went down, but if you asked either one of us - it would be agreed upon that is where we "knew." In fact, I celebrated my birthday while we were there, and on my birthday he told me he loved me for the first time. 

Last week I was preparing some marketing tools for the 2014 National Simmental Sale we will be managing in Fort Worth. Drew and I were getting ready to travel to this years' stock show to visit, PR, and get things scheduled for next year. All the wonderful memories of 2009 were coming back. 

While looking for some pictures from the sale I stumbled upon this oldie but goodie. This was at Billy Bob's where we saw Cross Canadian Ragweed. 

Since we were there without cattle and without a sale to manage we got to mix business with pleasure. We ventured down to the Fort Worth Stockyards to dine at Lonesome Dove Western Bistro which Tim Love is the chef/owner. He was on the recent season of "The Next Iron Chef," and was unfortunately the first person kicked off. Who cares - we still enjoyed a great meal!

Top: Elk Sausage Slider, Seared Foie Gras, Blackberry Jam
Right: Blue Corn Lobster Hushpuppies
Bottom: House Smoked Salmon, Roasted Beet, Pickled Poblano
Left: Duck Confit Spring Rolls
Our meal started with some great appetizers. They have a ton of appetizers to choose from, but they actually have it individually priced (not on menu) so you can sample a few. They give you one of each of your choice so you can have a sampler! The Elk Sausage Slider was my favorite and Drew's was the  Duck Confit Spring Roll. The salmon was also very good, but I couldn't make myself eat the beet.

They serve things in courses, so for our second course Drew had the Green Chili which our waiter highly recommended, and Drew enjoyed thoroughly. He said it wasn't spicy, but I just wasn't believing it! I had the "house salad" which was butter lettuce, smoked bacon, and a chili buttermilk. The dressing had a slight kick to it at first, but it wasn't too spicy after that. The bacon was the best part (of course)! You can see jalapenos in the picture, but I left those be! this time we don't have a lot of room left in our bellies, but our entree's are arriving! We both ordered the same thing. The Roasted Garlic Stuffed Beef Tenderloin is find of their speciality dish there at Lonesome Dove. The demi-glace over top of it was super rich, but super yummy. And of course there were family -style side items, which really are never a good idea. You never really eat them because you've had too much food already, but always order them anyways.

 On the right is a white truffle mac and cheese, which was just alright. I ALWAYS try to eat whatever has truffle in it because it is super fancy, but I think I have only really enjoyed it, maybe, twice. BUT - on the left is the fried spinach. Drew didn't love, but I thought it was delicious. It was super thin and crispy almost like a potato chip. Highly recommend.

Drew informed me half way through our entree that he would not be splitting a desert with me. I checked out the desert menu, but nothing spoke to me. It was probably better that way.

Overall, very yummy Texas-inspired restaurant, and one I am glad to have dined at. We already look forward to taking mom and dad there next year when we are in town. Go to Lonesome Dove and eat your spinach!

Monday, February 4, 2013

So God Made a Farmer

Paul Harvey's "So God Made a Farmer" has been instilled in the hearts and minds for many FFA members for years. He delivered this powerful poem at the 1978 National FFA Convention.

Fast forward to the 2000's when I, a Bourbon County FFA Member sat in the final session of the Kentucky FFA Convention. Starched white shirt, black skirt, black panty hoses, and the one of my most prized possessions which is made of heavy blue corduroy. At his voice begins to come over the convention haul. It's loud and powerful.  I was moved.

Again, in 2005, I sat in the same exact outfit heavy with emotions. I was running for the opportunity to serve the Kentucky FFA Association as a State FFA Officer. And that day, "So God Made a Farmer" was just a bit too much for me. The tears; they poured. For my nerves, for the future, for the past, for the many farmers who had helped me back it to that day.

A year later we were back at the Galt House preparing for our last session as State Officers. Our orders for an emotional morning were directed to us by Matt Chaliff. You don't go out into the hall before the session and you don't watch nor listen to "So God Made a Farmer." Did we listen to his orders? No. I ventured into the hall- big mistake...tears. I watched "So God Made a Farmer" - more tears.

I'll be honest after that day it is hard for me to listen to Paul Harvey's masterpiece. It brings back lots of emotions. So as I was watching the Super Bowl and the cheesy commercial, I was floored to see Dodge's commercial. I actually had to ask if it was So God Made a Farmer. It took a lot not to let the tears begin to flow, but I felt a new emotion. Pride. How awesome that Agriculture and the National FFA Organization; both two things I hold dearly in my heart, were showcased on one of the most widely viewed events of the year. I wonder how Paul Harvey would feel seeing his address to the convention hall in '78 rolling in the 4th quarter of the Super Bowl. It was a beautiful moment.

I'm sure most of you have seen it by now. If you have - watch it again.  Support our farmers, agriculture, and the National FFA Organization. 2013 has been named the Year of the Farmer. Let the celebration begin!

Saturday, January 26, 2013

Scentsy Sale

Sale Time!

With the new Spring/Summer Scentsy items coming out soon, I am having a little sale to get ready for all the goodies that will be coming. Please e-mail me if you are interested in something.

Lenox Full Size Scentsy Warmer - $25.00 (regular $30)

Windsor Full Size Scentsy Warmer - $25.00 (regular $30)

Penny the Pig Scentsy Buddy - full size (includes a Camu Camu Scent Pak) - $20.00 (regular $25)

Mollie the Monkey Scentsy Buddy - baby size (includes a Jumpin Jelly Bean Scent Pak) - $15.00 Regular $20)

Scentsy Bars - $3.00 
Flower Shop - 6
Eucalyptus - 5
Beach - 2
Spring Clean
Cinnamon Bear
Huckleberry Sage 
Central Park Pralines
Peppermint Dreams - 2
Clove & Cinnamon 
White Tea & Catcus - 2
Buttermints - 2
Cerise - 2
Mums & Marigolds
Iced Pine
Inner Peace
Caramel Pear Crisp
Black Ruby
French Lavender
Clean Breeze
R U N 2 Me
Sunlit Morning
Honey, Do!
Cinnamon Vanilla
Newborn Nursery
Mandarin Moon
Satin Sheets 
Blk. Raspberry Vanilla

{Sale Day Fashion: Wild Wild West}

I realize that it has been awhile since I've done a sale day fashion. For awhile, it was week after week. You see we had a bit of a "break." Our last sale was on December 15th and then throughout the Christmas and New Year holidays we were back in the office preparing for the spring and having a little down time. 

We are almost back to crazy time when we will have a sale every weekend, but we've still got about 2 weeks before that happens. We did, however, have a sale in Denver during the National Western Stock Show. 

Jeans: Seven by Lane Bryant/Tee: Talbots/Aztec Sweater: Small Town Gypsy
Bubble Necklace & Earrings:

I got this awesome Aztec sweater when I was in Las Vegas at the National Finals Rodeo. I wore it on Christmas Eve, but was excited to break it out at a sale! Super comfortable! You can also find it here. I may or may not have bought the black sweater with while at a recent Southern Jewlz sale. Guess you will just have to keep reading to see!

Until the next sale!

Friday, January 25, 2013

Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives: Steuben's

Where's Guy?

We have been in Denver, Colorado this past week for the National Western Stock Show. Some might call it the Super Bowl of cattle shows. 

Since we didn't take any cattle of our own, we had some extra time to enjoy the city of Denver. Drew and I ventured to a Diners, Drive-In's, and Dives restaurant on Saturday night before we headed off to an embryo sale. I have a DDD app on my I-Phone, so it makes it easy to find them anywhere we go! 

Steuben's Restaurant: Denver, CO

Steuben's was on an episode of DDD for great sandwiches where they featured their lobster roll. A friend of mine had visited Steuben's earlier in the week, and gave us her opinion of what was excellent to eat as well. One of my favorite things was that they served your water in these cute bottles. 

It was busy when we got there at almost 5PM. We didn't have to wait since there was only two of us. We immediately ordered the gravy fries, which were highly recommended by my friend. 

The gravy us underneath all that cheesy goodness. These were pretty yummy and could have easily made a meal just our of these. Instead though we ordered dinner! 

Drew ordered the salmon with greens and sweet potatoes. 

And sticking with my DDD ritual, I ordered what Guy ate. The Maine Lobster Roll. It too came with fries. The fries were delicious, but there were way too many for me. 

This was yummy. There wasn't too much mayo and you could really taste the lobster. 

There are 3 more DDD restaurants in the Denver area, so we have plenty to visit over the next few years!