Sincerely Sarah

3DAC54EA-5483-4539-A5D4-C7E744246B35Sincerely SARAH

My daughter, Sarah, is the artist featured on all my BLOG posts. Her art inspires me and I believe she will inspire anyone with her heart and soul—she is sincerely sweet! Art seems to be undervalued in our society and taken for granted, but it can change our world to a more loving and peaceful place. Right now, she is offering Christmas specials on her artwork. Check her artwork out at sincerelysarahstudios.com

Her website

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

B0A91D23-FA0D-458D-8CA4-892A0C12A5D9October is breast cancer awareness month and my fiancée is surely doing her part to fulfill Susan G Komen’s mission. She is part of the Big Wig Campaign raising donations to help reduce breast cancer deaths by half by 2026. Her parents hosted an amazing event last weekend and she has scheduled several others to maximize her fundraising efforts. Be a part of this noble cause by giving at: http://www.komenvablueridge.org/BigWigSheridan

Live Event Painting by www.sincerelysarahstudios.com

tacos al pastor

BCDB4E36-AC52-4121-ADCD-D50575809548So tonight my daughter (whose art is featured) and I ate tacos al pastor at my favorite Mexican restaurant. Little did I know that this dish is often the best on any Mexican menu. (Thanks sweet daughter) Lebanese immigration to Mexico started in the 19th and early 20th centuries. In 1892, the first Lebanese arrived in Mexico from Beirut in French ships to Mexican ports. They brought this recipe to Mexico. Grilling a vertical spit of stacked meat slices and cutting it off as it cooks was developed in the 19th century in Ottoman Turkey. This is döner kebab, which is the origin of tacos al pastor, Middle Eastern shawarma, and Greek gyros. Now I understand why I like them so much!!