The lovely Kellee over at Outspoken and Freckled reminded me that in all the excitement of my 11 classic film questions, I had forgotten to list my 11 things about myself. I guess in all honesty I prefer to discuss classic more than myself but, I digress. Here are my 11 rando things about myself.
I found this graphic on Pinterest. I don't own the rights. This seems to be what the OG Chihuahuas looked like. This past weekend my Aunt, Uncle, and mom made a Chihuahua kit for our family for lunch. My Aunt and uncle make the best Chihuahua’s. I’ve had them for as long as I can remember. Growing up, we had them from time to time, but as an adult, I have made sure we have them for dinner at least once a month. This meal is among one of my all-time favorites, and I gorge myself silly each time I make it. In 1951 this spectacular ‘sandwich’ was invented in a kitchen in Lubbock, Texas. The Chihuahua Sandwich was created by the husband-wife team of Ed and Sarah Noret to add to their Drive-In Theater concession stand. The sandwich was such a hit that locals in this West Texas town would flock to the Sky-Vue Drive-In Theater to pick up a few of these ‘sandwiches’ and leave without seeing the movie. They say the Chihuahuas worked at the Drive-In because they are uniq