I love a good Bed & Breakfast Bed & Breakfast style accommodations are my favorite because they allow me to revel in historic architecture. Up close and personal is the best way, in my opinion. So many historic sites don't allow you to get close, examine, rest, and live a few days on their . . .
A Quick Gide to Fully Experience Waco, TX Waco, TX reminds me of a mixture of my hometowns - Fayetteville, AR, the hipster-ish college town where I was raised, and Texarkana, TX, the twin city where I was born. There is a mixture of old things and newness all around. You can see both scarcity and . . .
Visiting Waco, TX Our trip to Waco, TX was so amazing! You gotta click over to read about it and see all of the pictures. We stayed in The Morrow House (check that post out, too), and we were able to go explore the city and take a LOT of photos for our blogs. The weather was really nice for early . . .
Josh, Greyson, and I took fall family photos with a local McKinney, Texas photographer, Christina White, this past fall. I absolutely LOVE how they turned out! We all wore a mix of thrifted & eco-friendly clothes with our typical fast fashion stuff that we've held onto for a while. Christina . . .
Pack a weekend bag, gas up the car, and head west as you leave the busy DFW metroplex. After 30 minutes to an hour, your surroundings completely change. You have officially exited the big city and entered into north Texas "country." 30 more minutes, and you're crossing over bridges (Lake . . .
I'm a December baby, which after about the age of 10 has been quite frustrating. Between being sick, snow and inclement weather (I was raised in the bone chilling hills of Northwest Arkansas), Christmas being 2 weeks after my birthday ("Happy Birthday/Christmas, Addie!"), and me loathing the cold - . . .
Later this month (October 2015) I will have the pleasure of attending the inaugural Runway Dallas runway show. I was able to interview Runway Dallas creator and founder, Marcella Jones-Penn, which makes me even more excited to attend this event. Three key phrases to help set the stage: diversity, . . .