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Day Tripping In Seymour Texas

Rural Texas is recovering their tourism market faster than any other since the onset of Covid.  Seymour has several locations ready for you and your family to enjoy, take pictures, and make some memories.   Whiteside Museum of Natural History Since their grand re-opening on June 2nd, the Whiteside Museum of Natural History has had 1000…

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There is so much to be stressed about right now, but here are a handful of things I saw yesterday that made me feel the love for our community. Two examples of Texoma’s resilience and sense of humor: One thing that absolutely melted my heart: What have you seen lately? Share in the comments so…

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I’m very excited to share this cool (and FREE!) opportunity for kids in our area – all thanks to the awesome people at the Arts Council, and our sponsors at Texoma Community Credit Union. (Full Disclosure: I work at TCCU and serve as a volunteer Board Member for the nonprofit Arts Council.) Poetry can be…

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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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Harvey Hits Home.

(Photo Credit: REDSTRIPE Photography) It’s been a rough weekend for me. For those of you that don’t already know, I grew up in Sugar Land (Southwest Houston), and spent my first four post-college years living inside the loop in the Galleria area and West University. Wichita Falls has become my home in so many ways,…

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South Texas vs. North Texas

Photo Credit: @redgypsea Many of you already know this, but I am a Wichita Falls transplant. I grew up in the Houston suburbs, and when I first moved here five years ago, there were a few strange things I started to notice that you never really think about. Figured you guys would find this humorous,…

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