Something to tell you

Sara had been antsy the entire week after Deagan opened up to her about his family and their abilities. As hard as it was to believe that this sort of magic actually existed in the world, she was willing to take it for what it was. He trusted her enough to let her into his world. Trusted her with his family’s secret. That was what made everything so special. She had thought she was in love before but the way she felt about this man, it was way different from anything she’d ever felt before. It’s how she knew that he was the one she wanted to spend the rest of her life with. 

It was afternoon on a Saturday which meant that school was out and Sara was waiting on Deagan to come home. After debating for a week, she’d convinced herself that it was time to tell him why she’d come to Ireland in the first place. This wasn’t going to be easy. He wasn’t going to like it and it painted her in a light that was less than what she wanted him to think of her but she needed to know that he knew all of her flaws and wanted to love her still. She trusted him enough to not end up in the same situation twice. Her finger was tapping away on the couch anxiously while the tv went unwatched in front of her. 



The Dapper Dans at Magic Kingdom in the Walt Disney World Resort

The Dapper Dans are a barbershop quartet that performs at the Magic Kingdom at the Walt Disney World Resort since 1971.  In the Magic Kingdom, Disney World, the Dapper Dans perform nine sets a day, seven days a week. They can be found on the horse-drawn trolley in the morning, and all over Main Street USA during the afternoon. At 5pm, the Dans join the Main Street Philharmonic and the Magic Kingdom Security Color Guard for the Flag Retreat Ceremony. Another unique part of Dapper Dans lore is the fact that they use Deagan Organ Chimes as part of the act. Each of the eight chimes has three octaves of a single note, comprising a C scale. The Organ Chimes were made by the J.C. Deagan Company in Chicago, Illinois, around 1901.

Rick Fox 

Height: 6′7″

Most Famous For: Canadian film and television actor and retired professional basketball player who last played for the Los Angeles Lakers of the National Basketball Association (NBA) in 2004; Played Clyde ‘Sweetfeet’ Livingston in “Holes,” Councilman Blackmon in “Dope,” and Chick Deagan in “He Got Game”

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chicken & waffles….who knew??!?!  Who knew that chicken and waffles could be combined to make such an orgasmic feeling to one’s palate?  I didn’t know until I experienced Deagan’s gastropub in Lakewood, OH.  The way the chef creates the food journey on this plate is amazing. 

He takes a soft Belgian waffle and layers a crispy amish chicken breast on top with powered sugar; with these two textures you get the pleasantries of a crunchy, yet soft bite that doesn’t overpower the two items together.

Lastly, he adds a sweet ohio mapleberry syrup with real blackberries to the side with a spicy cayenne butter to top it all off! Those two together give the meal a sweet kick that is irresistible, and magical to the mouth.

If I didn’t entice you to want this meal after that, then you’re not up for the challenge to experience real food.

Finally, you can’t forget the mimosas…they are only $6.00 on Sunday!

P.S. I added those potatoes to the meal because I can not have breakfast without potatoes.  Potatoes are my weakness!


This was from the second time that I ate at Deagan’s in Lakewood, Ohio.

I’m in love with this place! It’s so cozy inside and their food is amazing. I got a Reuben and my only complaint was that it was too big.
But lemme tell you about these fries. They were just crispy enough and made with truffle oil, covered in parmesan and green onions served with spicy mayo. If you’re ever in Lakewood, I suggest you stop here.