Monday, May 26, 2008

Dr. Pepper Museum


This is me in my "I'm a Pepper" T-shirt. Don't I look hot?




When I was in Denver at the American Association of Museums conference I attended a session where they showed us these video blogs. I feel it is time to share them. I've been to the Dr. Pepper Museum. In fact I went a couple of years ago when I was visiting Carrie Margaret in Austin and we drove two hours to get there. Here are some pictures from that trip. I wonder if the Bean could use some video blogs like these...


9 comments:

Mona said...

If you do, SPEAK LOUDER.

Holliann said...

You look so great! I love that picture of you!

RP said...

You look awesome! I had no idea that there was even a Dr. Pepper museum. We'll have to check that out next time we're in town....

Andrew & Vanessa and kids said...

You do look great! And this seems like the Museum for YOU, Katy! What are you thinking working at the Bean? (wink)

Lindsey said...

That IS a hot girl in a shirt with a drink on it that tastes like black licorice. Ick. ;)

tookiecramer said...

I watched the video blog and I only made it 1:47 minutes in before I couldn't watch any more. I have to say, I will never get those nearly two minutes back. That was super lame. Don't do it.

The Roberts Family said...

Oh to the DP Museum! I found another great museum for when you come down next time, can't remember what but it was a doozy! You do look great in that pic, me in the other one not so much.

Scames said...

Icould'nt get through it either except the outtakes, I don't care what they are talking about or who it is I just like it when people mess up and can't get it right because they are laughing so hard.
And, I think you look amazing all the time, but you do look especially hot in that picture. It must be all the Dr. Pepper you're drinking! Love ya, Amy

oodlesofoversons said...

I have a lot to say. First of all, you do look hot in that t-shirt. Second of all, I have recently given up my favorite adult beverage, Dr. Pepper. I have been off it for 2 months and it's the hardest thing I've ever done. (Oh wait, childbirth, THEN that.)Thirdly, Why did I not know that an actual DP museum exsisted??? I will leave my bean suggestions somewhere else. We love that place! Already been twice since school got out. How come I never see you there?