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Nature Sun Catcher Craft

Today I choose to slow down, and appreciate the beauty around me. So I sat outside on the back porch which really I don’t ¬†do enough and I just looked around me. Let me tell you it is beautiful. Right now everything is green and vibrant in our backyard. It reminded me of the day…

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Pictured above: Shrimp & Grits with Greens from the new Karat Bar & Bistro. I definitely didn’t make it myself, but it was fairly diet friendly and the portion was not too big. ūüėČ It finally happened. I am finally. FINALLY. For the first time in about three years, back under 200 pounds! To catch…

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I have a rather large obsession with Rifle Paper Co. and about everything she illustrates and sells. So much so, that for my birthday in September, I asked for this 2018 Inspirational Quote Calendar: Which is now hanging in my office, despite the fact I’ve got another 3 months before I can really even use…

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My Favorite Texas Bloggers

photo credit Bake at 350 Meredith at Cake & Confetti – Way back in yester-year, Meredith and I used to work together at an advertising agency in Houston. Right after I left for Wichita Falls, she took a leap of faith and started her own business. I am so in awe of how her business…

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Semi-Wordless Wednesday

For the past month or so, we’ve been using a vintage letterpress¬†drawer to display all of our Lego mini¬†figures. Although our kid is too young to not choke on them, it seems like a great (attempt at) organizing toys for older kids¬†(you know, the ones in their thirties, like us…) and I love how it…

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Ever heard for Newspaper Blackout Poetry? It was invented (for lack of a better word) by a fellow Texan, Austin Kleon, who shares his poetry by taking newspapers and blacking out words until only his art is left. You can check out more of his poems on his website here. I’ve been a fan for…

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