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Showing posts from October, 2014

The Book of Life Movie inspired me.

This week a new fun and exciting movie is coming to theatre's near you, "The Book of Life."  Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post. We had the opportunity to review it. The Story: Rated PG and Starring: Channing Tatum, Zoe Saldana, Diego Luna, Ron Perlman, Ice Cube, Danny Trejo, and more. Directed by: Jorge Gutierrez and Produced by: Guillermo Del Toro. A fairy tale about a boy named Manolo, who faces his fears and is forced to travel between three worlds.    The worlds he is forced to travel through are: here and now, the land of remembering and the land of the forgotten.   His goal was to be with his true love “Maria”.      In the end, Manolo realized that his biggest challenge in life was to be true to himself.   The twists and turns the movie takes open your heart to looking inside of oneself and finding forgiveness and love.   The movie has incredible vibrant colors and art that fill the movie screen with happiness and joy.   This love story celebrat

Del Taco Fresca Bowl * Giveaway alert

Del Taco is introducing its brand new menu items the Fresca Bowl.  The fine people at Del Taco invited the Field Trip Mom family to their local restaurant to try their new cuisine.  Disclaimer:  This is a sponsored post.  We were given food items from Del Taco's restaurant in exchange for this post; we were not paid for these services but were provided food free of charge.  All thoughts and opinions are our own. Del Taco is offering three new Fresca Bowls, the Fire Roasted Veggie, the Pollo Asado Grilled Chicken Bowl and the Southwest Chicken and Veggie Bowl.  All of these bowls are full of incredibly fresh ingredients.  Imagine seasoned black beans, fresh Pico de Gallo salsa, freshly cooked grilled chicken, fresh grilled veggies all over a Fresca Lime Rice. These delicious new bowls have amazing flavor in every bite.  Portioned correctly for a single serving, they range in calorie counts from 450 to 530 calories.  A great meal that fits into everyone's dietary res

Knott's Camp Spooky

It's that time again....Head over to Knott's Berry Farms' Camp Spooky.  Whether your kids decide to dress up as a pirate, Dracula or a cowboy, the fall daytime, non-scare celebration is perfect for family members of all ages.  Let the kids take part in Snoopy's Costume Party and Parade and visit the always famous Camp Spooky with all of the new rides recently added this past summer.  This celebration is all cheer and with no fear. Disclaimer: We were invited to participate as part of media day. We did not receive any compensation for attending. All thoughts and opinions are all my own.   Once the sunlight fades, the ghouls and goblins Un-Earth themselves into the darkness under the moonlight.  The bigger kids in the family can then get their chills from the ever so creepy Knott's Scary Farm .  The evening hours are not for the faint of heart...beware of what hides in the fog....Starting September 25th and continuing until November 1st.  Tickets are limited