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  • McKinney Texas | A Christmas Gift Guide

    For as long as I can remember my mom and I were able to spend time with family in Dallas, Texas. Every summer we wouldspend a good week or two exploring the streets between Dallas and Fort Worth. Sometimes, we would spend a day at home watching movies, or other days we would go-all-out. Many memories of mine come within a neighborhood called North Richland Hills. 

    A few of my favorite memories are touring The Texas Stockyards, catching a baseball game in Arlington. Hours of shopping at the Grapevine Mills Mall, hot summer afternoons at NRH20 Water Park, or simply grabbing a bite to eat at the Galleria and watching random people ice skate. I’m pretty suretwo of my top memories where blistering days at the zoo, and Six Flags over Texas, but needless to say, my aunt took exceptional care for myself and my mother while visiting. Honestly, if I could take it all back and not experience any of these awesome adventures I would, just so I could spend countless hours laughing with my cousin. My aunt (my mom’s sister) and my cousin (who now is a doctor in China for an Olympic team) would always provide the best entertainment and was such a pleasant host during my childhood and I can’t thank them two enough. 

    Fast forward twenty years later, and this Thanksgiving we (my mom and I) decided to take a little trip to her sisters. The only difference was that, the map took us to a new house in a new neighborhood outside of Dallas in a quaint little town called,McKinney, Texas. McKinney has one of the oldest thriving historic downtowns in Texas. I didn’t realize the downtown has so many festivals to celebrate with over 120 unique shops and over two dozen restaurants. I’m completely in love with this downtown and look forward to many, many more trips to experience there. Luckily, we were in town for the ‘Home forThe Holidays’ festival. Guys! OMG! It was such a lovely memory for my mom and I to share with my aunt. Even typing this now, I’m getting a little teary-eyed. 

    Since I was with a few of my favorite people and since this is such a special time of year, I would like to share a little gift guide I have come up with from McKinney.I will be posting a McKinney guide soon but wanted to take advantage of a few pictures I took within the shops, in case you are still in need of a last minute gift for a loved one, including a friend, co-worker, or a special holiday gathering.

    Best Wishes,

    Kacie

    These topiary trees are a great for: mother-in-law, sister-in-law, close girlfriends, aunts, cousins, or sisters. …

    I love an arrangement of succulent plants …

    We all have that one friend …

    The Baker wooden utensils are everything …

    love these measuring spoons and I LOVE the cookie stamps!

    Need a quick party favor… how cute are these pot holders!

    For that unusual breed in your life…

    For your wife …

    For the man cave …

    The one who loves jewelry …

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