Category: Texas

Weekend Wanderings: International Motorcycle Show

Happy Tuesday everyone! The title of this blog post may surprise you. I’m not really a motorcycle person. This is in part because I didn’t grow up knowing anyone that rode and because my own lack of coordination has made me wary of anything on two wheels. Seriously, I managed to wreck a 4-wheeler and

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Foster Dog Profile: Marsha

Adopt me

My sister is doing an awesome thing and has started to foster shelter dogs. The current dog that she is working to find a forever home for is Marsha.  Marsha Facts: She is approximately 3 years old Non aggressive Fantastic with other dogs A serious love bug  Mostly house trained Leash trained Kennel trained Overall

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Weekend Wanderings: Dallas Symphony Orchestra

Meyeson Symphony Center

If you have ever stumbled across my category Live Performances you know that Keltin and I enjoy going to shows now and then such as musical. Never fear, I have a bunch of musical reviews coming up in the next year but in the mean time I’ll tell about the Dallas Symphony and the Meyerson

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Unintentional Hiatus

Moss Lake Sunset

Good afternoon followers! I hope that everyone had a fantastic Thanksgiving holiday. I know that I did and immensely enjoyed a couple extra days off from work. The holiday kept me busy cooking and cleaning along with just spending time with family and as such I had a bit of an unintentional hiatus.  I am

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Weekend Wanderings: First Monday Trade Days

First Monday Trade Days

Recently I went to Canton’s First Monday Trade Days with a couple of friends that were in town. Now I have never been to trade days but was excited to go even though I was not sure what to expect.  I should have expected the chaos; I’ve been to plenty of festivals and I know

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Autumn at the Arboretum

This post is a bit late but I wanted to share with everyone the Dallas Arboretum‘s fall decorations. Every year the arboretum builds a pumpkin village around a theme. Last year it was The Wizard of Oz, this year the theme is Neverland. Complete with a Pirate Ship, Pixie Hollow, mermaid, and crocodile. It is worth going to

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Texas: Palo Duro Canyon State Park

Finally catching up a bit after having been on vacation. We spent a couple days in Canyon, Texas before heading to Albuquerque for the balloon fiesta. One of the things I was really looking forward to doing was hiking the Lighthouse Trail at Palo Duro Canyon State Park because despite having gone to college near

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Weekend Wanderings: Grapefest 2018: Grapevine, TX

Many cities and towns have main street festivals but I don’t know if I’ve been to a more popular one than Grapevines Grapefest. I have gone to the festival on several occasions over the year and it has always been fun. However, the Saturday of the 2017 festival was so packed that you could barely

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