Throwback Thursday: Texas Summers

Summertime is Texas time for me. Here’s what a typical day looks like… Morning Are you kidding me? It’s summer. We’re not awake yet…. and this is coming from a normally super early riser (I’m talking 5 or 6am- 7 or 8am is normally “sleeping in” for me). It’s just […]

Eff Ya’ll we’re from Texas

I went on my first ever blogger meet up. I can’t remember exactly how we all found eachother, but it was inevitable that we would. Why? Because we’re from Texas. And how do you know someone is from Texas? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you. 😉 Some may say the place […]

The Ranch

In honor of Texas Independence Day, I thought I’d take the opportunity to talk a little about my favorite corner of Texas… my family’s ranch. My Daddy could tell you many more details, but I’ll share what I know. On the southernmost tip of Texas, just before the Rio Grande empties […]

Charro Days

(My grandpa on the left.) I always get particularly homesick this time of year. At the end of February, my little hometown celebrates  “Charro Days,” a week-long celebration honoring the relationship between Brownsville, Texas and Matamoros, Mexico, sister border towns. It celebrates our unique Mexican-American/TexMex culture. The festivities start out […]