Tucked in the Texas hill country, there’s a place where Harley Davidsons line the streets alongside golf carts. Where bikers, babies, and recreational tubers sit together, enjoying music, wine, the atmosphere… If you’re driving along I-35, you’ll miss it, because the highway system bypassed it decades ago. It’s a welcoming haven for anyone who visits.… Continue reading Gruene, TX- The Town That Stress Forgot
Just a block from the Alamo, in the heart of downtown San Antonio, sits a stately stone building teeming with history and character. Built in 1938 and once used as the Central Fire Headquarters, this classic historic structure now houses the San Antonio Fire Museum. This fire station is not only embedded in the history… Continue reading The San Antonio Fire Museum- An Unparalled Look Into Our Everyday Heroes
When you grow up in an area, you tend to take for granted everything it has to offer. Even as you hear about new or improved happenings, you may give it a passing acknowledgement, but then go about your business. Routines are fantastic. I’m a strong supporter of routines and having regular, familiar places to… Continue reading Summer San Antonio Bucket List
In my travels, I’ve gotten to see countless different ways of living and being. I’ve questioned, and still question, where I belong. I’m a Texas girl. Born and raised in San Antonio, I’ve spent the vast majority of my life in Texas (minus the years I lived in Florida). If there was ever a place… Continue reading What Makes A Good Texan, Anyway…?
If you’re like me, you think of Summer as a time for planning adventures and trying new things. My family (generally) tries to avoid travelling during the summer months because it’s just too crazy and hot. Which makes it the perfect time to discover new things in your own city! I don’t have a lot… Continue reading Summer Lovin’- Plotting Out Adventures
My entire life growing up, I was incredibly fortunate to have a family ranch to go to outside of Fredericksburg, TX. Every Easter, we would go up there for the weekend and stay with my cousin. It’s such an amazing place to go, and I’m sad to say, I haven’t been up there much the… Continue reading Springtime In Texas: Memories Of Growing Up In The Hill Country
I’ve watched a lot of house hunting shows in my day. And one thing always sticks with me. A couple walks into a bedroom, opens the closet door, and this: “That’s a nice sized closet” Um…What? Now, I don’t want to make generalizations, but the people depicted usually seem to be from the North or… Continue reading Transitioning A Closet In Texas- I Don’t Think It Means What You Think It Means