Posts Tagged ‘Houston’


The place for [us].

Things are getting serious around here. Why? We’ve officially booked our reception venue! And every time I think about our Shirley Acres, a few bars from the theme song of one of America’s best loved sitcoms plays through my head. Come on. You know the one! Green acres is the place for me. Farm livin’ is the life for me. Land spreadin’ out so far and wide Keep Manhattan, just give me that countryside. Rewinding for a moment… we initially
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Can I get some Cheese with that Israeli Wine?

I consider myself very lucky to have met a lot of amazing people through Social Media…. I have forged some really awesome friendships that transcend Social Networking Sites and make “real life” so much more entertaining. One of those people is Richard Shaffer…. no one else can Direct Message twitter debates about the benefits of Boxed Wine (you can recycle the box) quite like he can. And if you know me, you know I feel pretty passionate about how awesome
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Holly Hoyt’s Amazing Photographs…. Viewed through a Carnival Lense

Holly Hoyt is an amazing photographer. So when she asked one night if David and I would like to accompany her to the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo so she could do a practice Carnival photo shoot, I jumped at the chance (after she promised me I could have a corn dog…. of course). From the many amazing photos she captured that night, Holly created the following two collages. In them I see a couple of all too willing partners
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January/February in Review: Mom2 + Monica + a whole lotta Kirtsy and a little bit of Boulder

Whew! The last two months have been crazy, wonderful and beautiful all at once. I believe the last time I sat still for any length of time was when I went to see Eurydice…. and wasn’t New Year’s Eve like ten minutes ago?! I don’t want forget a bit of the amazingness and glitter that consumed January and February so without further ado…. a couple months in review! An open conversation between Moms & Marketers Mid-January I realized I hadn’t
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A tale of Love Letters, a Beautiful Girl named Eurydice, and Daddy’s Little Girl

Once upon a time…. There was a little girl and there was her Father. You know those memories that are locked away, you think maybe forever, somewhere deep in the back of your mind? Every so often you will be doing something mundane…. tying your shoe, picking up a sweater, running in a field…. and one of those memories will surface from their fuzzy dreamlike state with a clarity that is most shocking. But sadly, that intense clarity usually only
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