Things to do in Houston

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Chicken Enchiladas in the Cypress Area

After a long day helping buyers and sellers with their real estate needs, I like to enjoy a nice meal with the family.

I have been on a Chicken Enchilada kick lately. Each time I go into a Mexican restaurant, that is the only thing I get.

 As time has gone on, and I have made my way to most of my favorite places to eat in the Cypress Area, I decided to make notes about what I like and do not like about each restaurant’s offering of Chicken Enchiladas.

Gringo’s

 

 

Gringo’s serves you three shredded chicken enchiladas topped with a sour cream sauce. The enchiladas are a good size, and the portion of meat inside is good.

It comes with the typical rice and refried beans. I always get the charro

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Cypress Texas is always growing when it comes to new dining options. We will soon be able to dine at Mama Fu's Asian House!

Mama Fu's offers Chinese, Japanese,Thai, Korean and Vietnamese dishes all in one place!

It will be located at the corner of Spring Cypress and Skinner Rd in Cypress, Texas. It is currently under construction, and should be completed soon. Maybe I will see you there!

Check out their site here

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Many years ago, when I was a senior at Dobie High School in Houston, Texas, I didn't know what I wanted to do in life. I can't remember who suggested the military back then, but I decided that it would be pretty cool to be a pilot in the Air Force. So, I took time after school one day and drove to the Air Force recruiting office. It was down by Baybrook Mall south of Houston. I walked in and was put in this room to watch a video about the Air Force and the process of getting enlisted etc. It was not long at all into the video, that they showed these guys lined up in chairs getting their hair shaved off. I was like " What the heck??? They are going to shave my hair off????". At that moment, I got up, told the guy this was not for me, and walked out! I

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Today is the day you make your voice heard through voting. Be sure to make some time to research the issues, and cast your vote! Be sure to vote YES on State Wide Proposition 1. This will save you money on taxes by increasing the homestead exemption amount, and also ban taxes on home sales! This is great for home owners!

You can click here for more information.

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Each year you can save money by shopping for school supplies during one weekend. The weekend for 2015 is August 7th-9th. During this weekend you will not be charged tax for school items, clothes, footwear backpacks etc. below 100 dollars.

You can go to this site to get more details!

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Habitat for Humanity is a great organization that helps the less fortunate by building new homes for those that need a home.

In 2004, Habitat for Humanity opened their building supply store called the ReStore. Everything sold at the ReStore goes to building more homes for the needy, and also serves to recycle old building materials. In 2008, the ReStore started their deconstruction project. This program goes out to homes needing to be renovated or torn down and they deconstruct it, so that the parts can be resold at the ReStore.

I recently took a trip  over to their NW Houston Location to see what all they had for sale. When I walked in, I was amazed at how much stuff was in there!

There was a whole section with light covers of all different

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The lineup for the 2014 Houston Livestock show and rodeo is out! I checked out the list and there are a few I wouldn't might seeing this year. Check out the lineup HERE, and see if there is anyone that you want to see!

 

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