Sheltering in Place on the Family Ranch – Memories and Things

Sheltering in Place on the Family Ranch – Memories and Things

On March 13, I received an email from the kids’ school letting me know that, due to the spread of coronavirus, they would be extending Spring Break for another week and that we could expect to return to school the 23rd…..of March. We all know how that...
The Georgia-Pacific Plywood Mill Is All About Community

The Georgia-Pacific Plywood Mill Is All About Community

*This blog post is sponsored by Georgia-Pacific. All opinions are my own. Recently I visited the Georgia-Pacific plywood mill in Corrigan, TX and it was such an informative, enjoyable, refreshing experience. If you’ve been here (on the blog) for a while, you know that...
Delighting In All The Things. Hello, from ETX.

Delighting In All The Things. Hello, from ETX.

The drive from San Antonio to the family ranch is about 6 hours long; not an amount of time I take lightly…especially while driving with my two very active children in the back. If I’m lucky, we get on the road very early or right after lunch and they...
Marshall Bound

Marshall Bound

It’s official. We’re moving. To East Texas. I’m half excited and half terrified. Everything is about to change and we, as a family, are going to have to make some major adjustments. First, I am a city girl by every definition of the word. My time is...
Country Roots- Ranch Life

Country Roots- Ranch Life

There is something so calming about being out of good signal and in to country living. I am a city girl through and through and if it’s not a city, it’s a caribbean beach-side that I am most comfortable in. My husband, on the other hand, is a country boy....

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