Tuesday, February 5, 2013

TV Time!

Super bowl Sunday equaled great football, live performances, annnnd some awesome commercials!! I'm basically just going to cut to the chase and show you my top three of the night!

1. Budweiser - This one made me cry... literally! Maybe because I used to ride horses growing up or that I think horses are just oversized dogs, either way it made me emotional! As much as I hate crying, I loved loved loved this commercial! Hands down it was my favorite! 

2. Dodge - I'm from a farming town and have many friends who come from farming families so this hit very close to home! I think there are many people out there who have NO idea what goes into farmer and Paul Harvey's narrative did a great job at explaining parts of a Farmer's life!

3. Audi - I always like to root for the underdog kid, hence why this one made the list! 

I have another fun video for y'all! I recently joined a young professional group called YAAA! Young Adults for Alzheimer's Awareness! One of our local news stations, has a morning show called The Hampton Roads Show and YAAA! was the studio audience yesterday!!! Take a look at this clip of us and one of our members explaining more about the organization and the great Black Tie Bowling Event we have coming in March! It was so much fun being a part of the audience and seeing the behind the scene details of the show! If you are local to my area and want more information on this event, please let me know!!! And if you would like to become a member feel free to contact me as well!

Happy Tuesday my loves! Hope you have had a fantabulous start to the month of LOVE!!!



  1. Love that last part - my Grandfather died from Alzheimer's so it definitely hits close to home. Glad to see you're helping to spread awareness :)

  2. Ahhh! Yes, the Clydesdales commercial got me too. Mainly because I'm a sucker for anything horse related, especialy baby horses. Had me crying like a baby, Chris was like seriously?? He just doesn't get it! ;)

    The Dodge commercial was fantastic. I grew up and still live in a small farming town, and people don't really realize how much goes into the 'farming' world. That commercial nailed it!

    xo, Ashley