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    I had a huge honor to publish an article in our local Lagniappe magazine this …
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    Let’s face it your health should be at the forefront of our minds all …
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    Basically the jumpsuit  I am living for at the moment! It’s so comfortable …
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    Hello it’s me – the queen of old school! This time of year gives me …
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    Bringing you a little fall fashion inspiration today, because I’m super obsessed with linens …
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    Turning over a new leaf. I’m diving head first in bringing you more content …
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    I haven’t done a full blown fashion blog in a while, so I thought …
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  • Easy Blogging Tips And A February Round Up

    From the moment I started blogging, I had goals and dreams of what I wanted out of it. One thing was to document my moms cancer journey, not only for me to look back on, but for my son Cameron to see what we went through. Second, I wanted my blog to be a source of inspiration for others. These…
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    2019 Baseball Season Opening Day Cowboy Tournament

    Our first weekend back on the field was at the Cowboy Tournament in Sulphur, La. It was an absolutely gorgeous, yet foggy, spring morning. When the boys took the field for the first time, I couldn’t get over how big they have grown within a years time. Seriously, they are becoming little man right before our eyes!! If you haven’t…
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    2019 Xtreme Baseball Team And Some Seed Fell On Good Soil

    Well, its that time. It’s a time to root through our kid’s baseball gear and open up our spring wardrobe, hoping to bring home a championship title each weekend as we take on the field. Sometimes I think we idolize this refreshing, season with expectations of emotional heights and perfect moments from our kids, but what else is the baseball season for if not…
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    A symbolon, a creed and a monastery

    In the early Church, Christians described their Creed, their summary statement of faith, as the symbolon, the “seal”, or “symbol of the faith”. In the ancient world, the Greek word symbolon typically described an object like a piece of parchment, a seal, or a coin that was cut in half and given to two parties. (Reminds me of a BFF necklace) It served as…
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    Six End of September Festivals | Meat Pie Festival

    IN ROUTE OF A MEAT PIE I’m a festival type of gal. I don’t know if that comes from my pageant years or if I really enjoy the atmosphere of local venders but whatever the case I can tell you, you will most likely see me walking around with something good to eat in my hand. However, not so much…
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    Through My Lens | Galveston Island In 8 Hours

    I think Galveston tops my list of most visited cities. A. it’s local. B. It’s affordable. If you look back through my blog, and Instagram, you’ll see I get the chance visit Galveston numerous times and whether it’s for 8 hours or for a couple of days, I feel that I always find myself discovering new places and lasting memories.…
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    Five Suggestions with Retro Road Trip

    If you know me well, you know I love to invest in fun graphic tees. My first graphic tee was when I was a baby. My dad went to New York for a week and came home with an “I heart New York” tee for my mother and I. This began the many, many fashion trends throughout my life. From…
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