Author Archives: Erica Easter-Arevalo

Have you seen the latest summer challenges on social media? I am currently trying to get fit and take my health seriously (one day at a time). I recently saw some challenges that might interest others to do the same, so I thought I would share! Ventures Endurance has races of all kinds you and…

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Summer Fun & Easy Recipes

Summertime is about family fun, effortless cooking, and simply chilling out. Here is what we love to do: Family Fun: Paint Sample Scavenger Hunt Go to your nearest store that has paint samples in different colors. Pick up primary colors and some that are a unique blend. Gather your family. You can pick teams or…

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One day as I was taking a quick minute for myself, I was scrolling social media. I scrolled past many tutorials, history tidbits, and cats terrorizing their owners (I am not a fan of cats but delight in watching their mischievous ways) there was a Buzzfeed video. I missed the beginning but saw the question…

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When May and June hit I am an absolute mess! I love seeing children and adults graduate. Last year was hard on everybody.  I am so glad that the children and adults showed grit and resilience to overcome these challenges. It was not easy for some that had problems adjusting to isolation, mental health, or…

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Are you a native of Wichita Falls? I am not a native of Wichita Falls. I came here originally to go to college at MSU, then returned after completing law school to start my job at the District Attorney’s Office. What is your job and when did you know it was right for you? I…

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Did you know that there is a National Prom Day? I didn’t even know that it existed. As I was reading about the day, it brought back memories of me and my prom years, way back in 19–, yea well those days.   I remember how I was excited just to be asked.  I remember coming home…

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Black History Month

When I was young, I never fully understood why Black history was so important to learn or know. My school highlighted people such as Martin Luther King, Rosa Parks, or Fredrick Douglas.  My church put on plays, and they would dress as famous people and you would have to guess who it was. I paid…

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Hygee Life

I am learning a few things during this quarantine and pandemic. One thing that I am absolutely in love with is “Hygge”.  It is a Danish custom that promotes relaxation, coziness, and all things simple. I know, I know, we do these things mostly in the winter or on occasion.  I have seen some trends…

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