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Day Trip – April 2013

With the summer season just around the corner, we wanted to explore some hill country day trip destinations. Whether you’re looking for an educational, adventure, family, or girls trip we’ve got you covered! Just grab your car, write down the itinerary and head out to some of the fantastic day trip destinations our area of…

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Family – October 2012

by Christina Marie Sterling “Beep! Beep! BEEP… Beep! Bee…” (CRASH!) The alarm clock fell to the floor after my arm heavily pounded the snooze button so hard it sent the annoying wake-up machine to its maker. Rolling over, still hazy from a dream with my eyes glazed and droopy, I heard a little voice bellow…

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Family – September 2012

By Christina Marie Sterling Soon, tan lines will fade, the breeze will cool, and the sun’s heat will fade… Summer is nearly over. I marvel now at how quickly it comes and how soon it passes. These hot days of swimming, ice-cream cones, and 100-degree evenings have brought many changes for our family. As the…

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History – July 2012

All In The Family By Margorie Hagy   My oldest daughter sent me this text the other day: ‘I’m afraid we have mental illness in our family relating to inanimate objects having feelings.’ See, she had just determined to trade in her car, had cleaned it all out and was just then waiting in the…

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Family – July 2012

By Christina Marie Sterling   I am not a native Texan. In fact, I have only been a resident of the Hill Country since 2007. Where I come from, 90° weather happens a handful of times a year, and rain seems to constantly pour from the Pacific North West clouds; it has taken me quite…

Spiritual – Loving One Another

Have you ever gotten one of those forwarded emails from your grandparents? You know the ones – something about how Obama is trying to steal from the elderly to start a new world order of drones set out to steal our weapons, dismantle Social Security, and put us all into concentration camps. Jokes, slide shows, and…

Music

We take our music seriously here in Texas, especially country. Most written from the heart and about life experiences, songs about broken down trucks, friends, drinking, and Mammas can always be heard in hole-in-the-wall honky-tonks. With his classic Texas Country sound, one would think Forest Wayne Allen was born and raised right here in The…

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