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Have you ever been to a show in your area? If not, I would encourage you to find one and then attend! Or if you own a business that has to do with homes and/or gardens, become a vendor! It’s a great way to get your name and/product out to your local public. As far…

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A Review: Texoma Fun House

Texoma’s Fun House. Have you guys been there yet? If you haven’t, go! This place is awesome for kids and PARENTS! Here is why: Why kids will love it: Bounce Houses for ALL ages Obstacle Courses Battle Ball Games I mean really, it’s kid Paradise.  Why parents will love it: Recliners and comfortable seating throughout…

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Always in your stomach and in your skin there was a sort of protest, a feeling that you had been cheated of something that you had a right to. – George Orwell This is how I feel about winter.  As a Texan, I have come to terms with and accepted our schizophrenic weather patterns, but…

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The Breakup Letter

As much as it pains me to write this break-up letter, Instacart, love of my life, you cost too much. Friends, I did it. I paid the $99 a year membership fee for Instacart’s free delivery. This one-time financial hit was supposed to set me up for 365 days of grocery shopping luxury. I basically…

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I stumble upon this app during a late-night with my now five-month-old. Being a parent is hard, and finding like-minded individuals who are in a similar stage of life is even harder. I find it especially tricky to balance the isolation of a baby-centric schedule, marriage, siblings, and existing friends. Nonetheless, many moms do not…

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At last month’s After Hours Artwalk, my family and I had the opportunity to check out The Kemp Center for the Arts’ free, interactive exhibit for kids, called ArtZeum. Our takeaway? Art + Museum = Free fun for the littles. Every year The Kemp has a unique theme for its exhibit, and this year’s display,…

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It’s a Sunday, 1 p.m., and no one has eaten yet.  There’s a slow murmur of complaints coming from the back seat of an awesomely outdated GMC Yukon, but the driver doesn’t respond.  The seemingly grumpy male companion in the passenger seat refuses to agree to pizza. More grumbles emit from the back of the…

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Photo Credit: Park Ave Prints on Etsy   The words joy, aches, blessings, and occasional pains all come to my mind- in regards to my pregnancy. If you’ve ever been pregnant, you are already familiar with the symptoms such as nausea, back pain, and fatigue that are all common health concerns among pregnant women. During…

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Photo Credit: Backdoor Theatre Facebook page Last night, my fellow TWK blogger Carol Dorrough and I attended the friends and family pre-opening night for the new play “Cry It Out” at the Backdoor Theatre. In short – it got us in the feels. To be even more clichéd – we laughed, we cried, we had…

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