Jordan M. Williams
Foodie, Tea, CraftBeer, Lover of Life, Tyro
I know it’s dangerous when I start thinking, but this weekend has hit me heavy. Before I start about this week I need to introduce you to a friend and a story.
This picture is of several old high school classmates of mine, at a wedding. The gentleman that I am dressed a like is not only the groom but one of my longest and best friends. Countless times have we gone on trips all along the way living by a mantra of “Loving Life, and collecting life experiences”, and the word “Tyros” meaning students.
With the introduction done with, now the story. My friend Mike, he is a physical trainer, with a passion to share with people that there is a better and healthier way of living. One of his goals is to start a company that produces good flavorful healthy food. When he finally launches, he wants me to be marketing it, and overall experience maker
This past week I visited two eateries that inspired me to really be apart Mike’s dream. Dusty Bunz is a Bistro that started out as a food truck, and the first food truck to start Fresno’s food truck. The other was the Loving Hut, a complete vegan restaurant that serves wonderful, flavorful, and overall delicious food. Each place inspired me in different ways. From the Loving Hut is that there can be wonderful food that is healthy. Dusty Bunz was the “scene”, the vibe this place gives off, their whole story. (They have really great food too, their Blood OJ and Dusty Bunz are the bomb)
Mike has always told me, that one thing I do well is I am able to create fun experiences for people. This is the soul purpose on why he wanted me to be a part of this dream. I never really knew why he wanted me, until this past weekend.
( An awesome group of people with Mike and I at the end, at Vital Tea Leaf in San Francisco, California)
Well that is what I was thinking…. Just had to get that out of my head. Anyways for anyone within the local Fresno area that want to try something new, check out those two eateries. Check out their stories too.
-Jordan M. Williams
When asked if she would like to host the Oscars next year, Tina Fey replied….
“No, you can. But I just feel like that gig is so hard. Especially for, like, a woman — the amount of months that would be spent trying on dresses alone … no way.”
Dam……. So I guess we all have to adjust our ballots for host. I just updated mine.