Tag Archives: Texas

“Dear Texas…” – A Guest Post

Why should I whine about the sudden summer heat around here, when my friend Misty Ansted has already said it so well? With her kind permission, I present her open letter (which first appeared on her Facebook timeline over Memorial … Continue reading

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When the North Texas spring gives you flowers. . . . . . you get to use bluebonnet blossoms in your backyard-rose potpourri. I can’t begin to tell you how thankful I am that warm weather has finally arrived, but … Continue reading

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What Matters Most, by Kellie Coates Gilbert

I just finished reading Kellie Coates Gilbert’s What Matters Most. It’s a novel in her “Texas Gold” collection and I couldn’t wait to tell you about it. This Great Weekend Read features Leta Breckenridge, a smart, capable young woman living … Continue reading

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“Flash” [the Donkey], by Rachel Anne Ridge

Time for another look at my bookshelf! This is a bonus post because I wanted to squeeze it in right now, while Flash is hot off the press. Also the book is a great weekend read! Ridge, Rachel Anne. Flash: … Continue reading

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How To Survive Winter In North Texas

Consistent? No. Interesting? Always. It’s Texas Weather! Here is how you might navigate through a typical winter day in the Dallas area… 1. Check Weather.com; note that it’s 35 degrees out there! Add “hot chocolate” to grocery list. 2. In … Continue reading

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