SeaWorld Adventure Con, June 26-28

Ever since I saw the movie Free Willy, I’ve been infatuated with sea life. I still remember watching the flick for the first time with my sister and cousin. I remember my cousin crying tears of joy at the end of the movie when Willy is finally freed. I couldn’t help but laugh, because that’s just what I did. My biggest laugh came when a teenager/friend “kidnaps” the ten-thousand-pound killer whale and gets stuck in the mud. Because…what are the odds of that happening?

But in all seriousness, I really do find the bond between man and animal fascinating. The level of trust each must give is unmatched. A lot has changed since I visited SeaWorld as a child. A lot has to do with the controversy from the documentary Blackfish. SeaWorld insists it’s propaganda and have gone through great lengths to defend their honor. I encourage you to do your own research on the truth about Blackfish before forming an opinion.

My love for the sea creatures and the thrill of the roller coaster rides has enticed my visit for the SeaWorld Adventure Con, June 26-28. Check out the amazing speakers scheduled to make an appearance.

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I’m Ready to Play Fair

A wise woman once told me that Southwest’s Business Plan was written on a napkin. Instinctively, I believed her. Naturally, I wanted to know if it was true. But really, I didn’t want to see if she was wrong. ‘Cause how often is your favorite airline, the one headquartered in Dallas — Dallas LUV Field, the root of all lies?

To understand what I’m talking about, imagine a world without coffee. I loved coffee so much…too much. To the point where I was ready to give it up. But then, I found a really strong coffee that I couldn’t get enough of and decided to give it a try. My Husband and I did a taste test…back in the day, they used to call it the Pepsi-Taste-Test or the Coca-Cola-Taste-Test…I really don’t remember (I haven’t acquired the taste for either of them).

Anyway, it took me back to the time when He and I shared our first Starbucks coffee. He used to say he hated coffee. But, now he drinks it because of me. Well, it may be because he likes it– I don’t know?

Starbucks Lovers

San Diego, 2008

The coffee is an Alon Market Blend. It’s one of their signature blends of South American and Hawaiian Coffee Beans. It’s smooth, fruity, full-bodied, and has a clean finish. It’s exclusively sold at OUR H-E-B. I like to call it, “KONA FANCY,” even though it’s not that fancy at all.

H‑E‑B Cafe Ole Hawaiian Kona Blend Coffee

H‑E‑B Cafe Ole Hawaiian Kona Blend Coffee

I made two cups for him using the same coffee grounds, and let him try them first. One really strong, and one a little weaker. He chose the really strong one. Guess which one I liked. Okay, you probably already know. I liked the one he liked, but because I liked it– not because he did.

You never know if you’re going to like something unless you give it a chance. The truth about Love and Coffee is that sometimes you do things you don’t want to do to make others happy. Keep in mind it’s the way you do it that counts. I once made him eat a tomato on my birthday, it’s a really funny story; but, that’s a blog post for another time.

For now, I’ll just reminisce about the love I have for my Starbucks Lover or is it, the “long list of ex-lovers,” as Taylor Swift has confirmed? Confirmations bring peace to the mind. In case you’re still wondering, yes, Southwest Business Corporation’s business plan was written on a napkin. But, don’t you wish you would have just trusted me?


It’s the little things: Breakfast with my Husband

A handwritten note of appreciation, flowers just because, a big ‘ol tight hug after a long day- it’s the little things in life that mean the most to me. Often times “life” gets in the way of spending time with the ones we loved most; or rather, we allow work or our hobbies to take the place of where we really want to be.

As a newlywed, I’m beginning to appreciate life more and trying not to take anything for granted. My husband is truly my better half. I would be lost without him. He’s opened up a world of new things and endless possibilities. We dated for ten years before getting hitched on 12.13.14, I’m excited for the chapter that is unfolding.

Ever since I can remember, I’ve loved coffee. I remember my grandma letting me taste my first sip of coffee at the age of five. It’s become a daily habit for me that I’ve somewhat become addicted to. I’m not sure if it’s the taste or the fact that it makes me smile every time I think of my grandma (or my welita, as I like to call her).

I’ve recently acquired a taste for tea, Matcha tea to be exact. I have become somewhat of frequent customer at Craftiques Garden Tea Lounge and have become intrigued with the art of making Matcha tea. I took a class where I learned about the Japanese Tea ceremonies and the different ways of making Matcha tea. I’m still trying to master the art before writing a blog post about it. It takes practice, and I try as often as I can to make it a part of my morning routine. In this photo, one (one who knows about Matcha) would say there isn’t enough froth.

Matcha Tea

My husband wasn’t fond of the tea, perhaps when I master the art he’ll have a different opinion. For now, I’ll continue making breakfast for him. He seems to enjoy my cooking. This dish was inspired by one of my favorite restaurants Tost Bistro and Lounge — they have an amazing brunch menu and serve delectable brussel sprouts!

Rarely do my husband and I get the opportunity to have breakfast with one another because of our completely opposite schedules. So when we do get the chance, I try to go all out. Here we have poached eggs over a bed of brussel sprouts, bacon, and Blue cheese with a side of champagne sweet tomatoes!



All that’s missing is the perfect hollandaise sauce! If you have an awesome recipe you’d like to share,  please send over!



Wide Open Spaces

A fighter, a leader, an inspiration, and a teacher— those are words I would best describe my mentor. I don’t have to tell you who it is, because you already know. It’s that person who gives a child-like perspective on things. The person who takes you back to a moment in time when life was novel, beautiful, and the word “WHY” reveled with significance. In school, children are asked what they want to be when they grow up. Nobody laughs, nobody cracks jokes, and nobody tells these young souls that their dreams are impossible. So, why do some of us think our dreams are insurmountable?

When I was in elementary school, I wanted to be a beauty queen. My dad took me took me to an event I signed up for to learn about pageantry, and it was awe-inspiring. Beautiful little girls were told that they could walk a stage in fashionable clothing and display their talents in front of a live audience if they were able to raise money for a charitable cause. My spirit beamed with excitement. My mother said it would be difficult to raise funds and made mention of my crooked teeth.

In high school, I wanted to be a part of the softball team. My dad went out and bought me a bat, a glove, a ball, cleats, and anything he could think of to help me succeed. The girls on the softball team were an amazing group of women I so badly wanted to be a part of, except I wore makeup and jewelry, and they didn’t. I quit the team.

My mom never said I wouldn’t be able to raise money, or that I was ugly. (Quite the contrary, she tells me I’m beautiful every chance she gets.) The girls on the softball team never said I couldn’t wear makeup and jewelry on the softball field, nor did they say I couldn’t be on the team. Why did I interpret these things so negatively? I guess I felt like people, inadvertently, took something away from me. Pieces of me. Little pieces over time, so small I didn’t even notice. People wanting me to be something I wasn’t, and I made myself into something I thought they wanted me to be. One day you start to realize, you’re not you anymore. I lost myself a long time ago.

I became a chameleon, a Karma Chameleon, if you will – a woman without conviction. A woman without conviction until I entered the kindergarten classroom again; no, not the literal four walls – the metaphorical haven. I took lessons from my favorite book, All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten. I adhered to the instructions on the fundamental rules of life.

The last ten years of my life, I decided I wasn’t going to let anyone take a thing away from me; in fact, I was going to take from them. Let me explain it simply, pieces of me. All the pieces I admired about a person and all the pieces the things that defined them, I took them and made them my own. I was a social sponge who hung on every spoken word and learned what it is I liked about that tidbit and chose whether or not I wanted to incorporate it in my life.

Except one day, I realized someone took something away from me that I wasn’t sure if I would ever get back—my confidence and my self-worth. I took myself back in time to the moment that I was most confident and spoke up for myself. I was sitting in my car, waiting in line for a gas pump. I waited for what seemed like an eternity before a woman pulled right in front of me to pump gas. I’m not sure what happened next, some might say it’s the Southsider in me, while others might say it was instinct; but, I got out of my car and exclaimed, “Hey, I’ve been waiting in line, why did you cut in front of me. That’s not right and you need to leave.” And she did.

I remember that feeling like it was yesterday. Because it was yesterday, when I found the self-confidence to speak up for myself that I took away from me years ago. I went to Home Depot yesterday to get a tool for my husband. A gentleman asked if he could help me (like they always do at Home Depot). He didn’t comprehend what I was asking for, so he asked, “What do you use it for?” I explained, and he gave me exactly what I needed and walked away. I was speechless. I was trying to figure out how he knew what we needed even though I asked for something entirely different.

After confirming with my husband over the phone that the gentleman’s suggestion was better than what he was looking for, I went to thank the gentleman. He was assisting someone else and I patiently waited. Another man stepped in front of me. I smiled at him to acknowledge the fact that I was waiting for assistance from the same gentleman. When the gentleman was free, the man proceeded to ask the gentleman’s assistance. Without hesitation, “I said excuse me, I was waiting to speak to him, you saw me waiting and you need to wait your turn.” I turned to the gentleman and thanked him and walked away.

It was a transcending moment in my life. Much like the time my mentor told me, “Now you’re thinking like a marketer.” I could see clearly now. The clouds parted and I could hear the angels sing. It’s a joyful feeling and I want everyone in the world to experience what it feels like to speak up for yourself, as well as, the feeling to speak up for someone else who is unable. Be their voice, be their advocate—because someone is taking a piece of you, good or bad. Your words (or lack thereof) mean something to someone.

Who am I? I am a beautiful child of God made to share my story. A storyteller fueled by inspiration. My favorite color is purple. My favorite flower is a white rose. My favorite sports team is the Dallas Cowboys. My favorite Spur is Danny Green. My favorite eggs are poached. My favorite number is 13. My favorite season is fall. My favorite band is the Dixie Chicks. I belong to many teams, my favorite of which has led me to raise more than $35K in support of curing cancer. I am the best me, I know how to be. I am relentlessly useful, unapologetically human, and I lead worthy life.

My favorite thing in the world to do is to laugh.

If you’re not laughing at yourself enough, you’re not living. Live life to it’s fullest and don’t sleep in bed all day because you can. Sleeping is for the dead and baby, you’re alive! When you stand before God at the end of the tunnel, be able to say, “I used EVERYTHING you gave me.” Our talents are wasted the day we chose not to see the value in them. Take yourself back in time, and remember what it is you wanted to be.

I wanted to help people. I am the best storyteller I can be in hopes of inspiring billions of people. And, in my spare time, I’m going to find the cure for Alzheimer’s disease. What are you going to do?

If I could share one piece of advice, it would be this: Love Yourself, Girl, or Nobody Will

“The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why.” ~ Mark Twain

[Dixie Chicks: Wide Open Spaces, January 15, 1998]

Photo credit: Sarah Brooke Photography


3 Reasons Why I Love Julep

I’ve never met a girl who didn’t love a swag bag. They are a favorite of mine, especially when they contain things I love. The ladies from Thrive are responsible for my most recent find. I was thrilled to find this Julep nail polish, Shari. I was even more excited when I learned more about Julep and their involvement in the community.

I knew when I put on the first coat of my Shari nail polish it represented something great! I’ll warn you that a little goes a long way as you don’t need to glob it all over your nails. Two coats left my nails with a finishing matte look, I love– here’s why I think you’ll love Julep, too!

1. They donate a percentage of proceeds to organizations that support and empower women through their Powered by Girlfriends program.
2. They’re awesomely named after women of inspiration—women who are strong and smart and funny and gorgeous and different.
3. Their polish is fast drying which allows 30% more oxygen to permeate the nail bed than other nail polish.

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How to Get the Kate Spade Look (Without the Kate Spade Price Tag)

Kate Spade Inspired Vase

Please raise your hand if you’ve ever felt personally victimized by the high-priced accessories at Kate Spade. I absolutely adore Kate Spade, but I simply cannot justify spending $150-$225 on a vase. My husband and I purchased a starter-home November 2013. When you spend thousands of dollars furnishing your home, the last thing you want to do is spend hundreds of dollars decorating it.

I’m embarrassed to say we’ve been living in our home for nearly a year and a half now, and we have yet to decorate it. Before you gasp in disbelief, our time (and money) was spent turning our dream wedding into a reality. The day has come and gone, and it’s time to start making our house look like a home!

The first thing I did, of course, was consult Pinterest like a mad woman. I fell in love with this amazing gold bar cart I found on the blog, Haute Off The Rack.

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I told my husband I wanted to spray paint our bar cart gold and he was less than thrilled with the idea. He made a fair argument that we did not have any gold in our home and that it wouldn’t match a thing. Thus began my quest for gold accent pieces. After I give our living space the finishing touches of razzle-dazzle, his argument will have no validity against painting our bar cart gold!

The inquisition led to this gorgeous black and gold Kate Spade sunset street lux cylinder vase, with a price tag of a whopping $150!

Kate Spade Vases

Here’s how to get the look without forking over the Benjamins, baby!

Here’s what you’ll need:


1. Spray paint vase black

Black Vase

2. Stick gold dots on vase sporadically

Kate Spade Inspired Vase

3. Finish with a clear coat of lacquer

Confession, I was eager to start my project and after two failed attempts searching for the gold dots, I purchased white dots and spray painted them gold! I wouldn’t recommend it as you may find yourself smoothing the dots (technical term) with a foam brush, leaving the gold spray paint to smear over the black spray paint. On the bright side, you can always face the imperfections to the back of the wall! A cylinder or square vase would probably work best since the gold dots tend to wrinkle if not placed properly.

There you have it, a Kate Spade-inspired look without the Kate Spade price tag. I can’t wait to complete our home with other gold accent pieces. If you see any accessories that compliment the vase, please send them my way!


Thrive Blog Conference Can Be Summed Up In 8 Inspiration Quotes

Stop me if you’ve heard this one…the allegory of the long spoons, by Rabbi Haim of Romshishok. It’s a parable that shows the difference between heaven and hell by means of people who are forced to eat with long spoons. In hell, the people are unable to lift food to their own mouths with the use of the long flatware and are left starving. In heaven, the people feed one another across the table and are wholeheartedly fed. The story encourages people to be kind to each other, to help one another succeed, to thrive

On February 28th, nearly 100 of the most inspiring women gathered for the inaugural Thrive conference hosted by Houstonians, Whitney and Bree. I may be speaking prematurely as sequential conferences have not been announced; however, I can safely assume from all the positive feedback trending in social media, we can expect more from these amazing women. Whitney and Bree successfully brought a panel of knowledgeable women and aspiring bloggers together for one purpose— to create a place where bloggers could come and be inspired, motivated, and learn how to make their blog Thrive! Mission accomplished.

Thrive Blog Conference at Hyatt Place on February 28, 2015.

Whitney and Bree embrace with a warm hug.

I arrived at approximately 8:30am into the Hyatt Place banquet room that was transformed into a shabby, chic, creative sphere by Laurie and Jessica, the voice behind Ruthie and Rose. I was first made aware about the conference from Laurie, a San Antonio transplant. I had been following their blog for quite some time and contemplating the creation of my own blog. Instinctively, this conference ignited a fire! I’m so glad I decided to attend because I learned so much in those eight hours. Heck, I learned so much in the first five minutes of finding my seat. No really, as soon as I sat down, a speaker (unbeknownst to me) came to talk to my table (only two of us at the time).

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Kristyn Merkley, came to introduce herself to me and Wendy (my new bloggie friend I met at the conference). Kristyn made us feel like we had known her for years as we asked question, after question about blogging. She happily answered with thoughtful and experienced answers. Just a preview of what was next to come.

1. “There is room for everyone in this world to be successful.” -Ashley Lemieux, The Shine Project    

Thrive Blog Conference at Hyatt Place on February 28, 2015.

As a philanthropist myself, I was beyond impressed with Ashley’s words of wisdom. She challenged us to find purpose within ourselves, to never lose sight of what we want, and what to do when we’ve fallen to the bottom (because we will fail, what matters is what we do when we’re at the bottom that defines us). From her website, “The Shine Scholarship Project is a non-profit that was created by TSP to put our beliefs in action. Its mission is to improve the lives of at-risk teens through service, education, and family involvement. We do service projects with inner city students every other week to teach them the leadership skills that are necessary for them to succeed. The money we raise goes to sending these leaders to college, so they can give back to society. You can read more about how to get involved HERE.

2. “Invest in yourself.” -Audra Kurtz, The Kurtz Corner

Thrive Blog Conference at Hyatt Place on February 28, 2015.

Imagine what you could do in the world if you just invested in yourself. Audra invested in herself; after 4 years in retail, she quit her job, became a work-at-home-mom, and Youtube sensation! Her top video has over 3.5 million views! She showed us the “milk and the meat” of it all, and most importantly how to monetize our blogs using Youtube!

3. “You are building something from the ground up, that’s something to be super proud of.” -Caroline Harper Knapp, House of Harper 

Thrive Blog Conference at Hyatt Place on February 28, 2015.

As a new blogger, it was great to hear how Caroline built her brand—the mistakes she made and the lessons she learned along the way. Had I heard her speak before purchasing a domain, I would have thought twice before doing it. I’ll be able to work around it, but you can bet I’ll be taking some of her advice in creating something that I’ll be super proud of.

4. “Don’t be something you’re not. Be relatable and authentic- people will be drawn to you.” -Ashley Lastovica, Fancy Ashley

Thrive Blog Conference at Hyatt Place on February 28, 2015.

Jenny sat next to me at our table. She flew in from Oklahoma to see her friend “Fancy Ashley” speak. I overheard someone ask, “you know Fancy Ashley?” I was intrigued and couldn’t wait to hear her speak (and to see what she looked liked). In a colorful Trina Turk millan skirt and chambray top paired with nude heels, Fancy Ashley took the stage with beauty and grace— a relatable, authentic woman I was instantly drawn to. She gave us a peek into her life, while cautioned us on what to say to keep readers coming back, and what not to say to maintain our family’s’ privacy.

5. “Successful people are always looking for opportunities to help others. Unsuccessfulpeople are always asking, ‘What’s in it for me?” Meg Owen, Meg On the Go; Megan Silianoff, Greetings from Texas; Sarah Skaggs, Pretty Providence

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The trio gave a first-hand experience on working with a brand from both, consumer and brand prospective. They gave us a number or resources on how to monetize, told us which brands we should reach out to (and stay away from), and how to get the most bang for our blog. The ladies of the panel took questions from attendees and answered questions on media-kits to informing us how to get product for free.

6. “Grow. Thrive. Bloom.” -Kristyn Merkley, Lil’ Luna 

Thrive Blog Conference at Hyatt Place on February 28, 2015.

I fancy myself an organized person; I make to-do lists and create excel sheets daily—I’m a mere amateur when compared to the green-thumbed Kristyn Merkley. She blogs on recipes, DIY projects, home décor and more, she’s even been featured in Parenting Magazine and Better Homes and Garden. Kristyn currently partners with eight brands, it’s no wonder she needs all those spreadsheets! I’m so grateful she showed us how to get the most out Google drive and showed us how to create an efficient editorial and social media calendar.

7. “What? You’ve never used a tampon for steam in your food photography?” -Rachel Matthews, A Southern Fairytale 

Thrive Blog Conference at Hyatt Place on February 28, 2015.

Rachel is the epitome of a Southern Fairytale! She instantly warms your heart with her sheer presence. Her spirit brightens a room, her smile is inviting, and her words gave me chills. She leaves you hanging on her every word, so much so, when her presentation is over and done, I found myself chatting with the leading lady herself. I felt like a groupie who snuck behind the stage at a Dixie Chicks concert (even more excited when she replied to my tweets and comments on Insta)! She led the food photography session—two of my favorite things. I was able to use the skills she taught us and improve my food photography photos in a matter of minutes.

8. “It’s not about your pictures, it’s about the story you have to tell.” -Meg Cady Scholz, Everyday Meg

Thrive Blog Conference at Hyatt Place on February 28, 2015.

Unfortunately, I was unable to attend this session, it was the only split session where attendees had to chose between fashion and food (pure torture!). From what I hear, it was a great session. From the spectacular photos of the event, I hope someone took good notes.

These ladies have inspired me in so many ways. A heaven on earth, if you will. Follow my blog, as I will dissect each session and delve a little deeper in the days to come. Also, coming soon, If I could teach the ladies at Thrive one thing, it would be ________. Stay tuned!

Photo credit: Meg Cady Scholz


13 Candid Photos Every Bride Needs From Her Photographer

I’m a regular Charlotte York kind of gal. You know, “sweet, romantic, and traditional. A bit prissy and naïve and won’t settle for less than a picture-perfect life.” Naturally, I wanted perfect pictures for our wedding. We sought out wedding vendors at the Bridal Extravaganza, January 2014. We met our wedding photographers David and Irene of Expose the Heart; my entourage and I instantly fell in love with the photos the couple had on display. Their tag line? “Just like the way light exposes a photograph, allowing it to become more visible, love exposes the heart.” Words never spoke truer.

We purchased a package that included engagement and bridal photos, so we had lots of communication throughout the year before the big day, December 13, 2014. A week before the wedding, I met with Irene to finalize our shot list and sent her a Pinterest board for inspiration (photographers love that, by the way). I had complete faith in the duo when it came to our wedding photos. While there were certain photos I hoped I would see, it was the candid photos I loved most. These are the candid photos, I feel every bride needs from her photographer:

    1. The endless hours of planning brought to life by her family, friends and vendors.Danny and Grace 12.13.14Danny and Grace 12.13.14 Danny and Grace 12.13.14 Danny and Grace 12.13.14 Danny and Grace 12.13.14 Danny and Grace 12.13.14Linen, DPC Events; Bride’s cake, Lucy’s; Lounge furniture, The Lounge Concept; Flowers, Evember; Day-of-wedding coordinator, Jennifer Craft
    2. A moment of prayer (sans mimosas) that brings peace to the bride.Danny and Grace 12.13.14
    3. A mother’s visit into the bridal suite that soothes the soul.Danny and Grace 12.13.14
    4. Her groom at the end of the aisle with a smile as big as Texas.Danny and Grace 12.13.14
    5. A promise that brings smiles to her friends and family and tears to a bridesmaid.Danny and Grace 12.13.14
    6. The beginning of a beautiful forever.Danny and Grace 12.13.14
    7. The unbreakable bond between two sisters and the women who give her purpose.Danny and Grace 12.13.14
    8. The split-second between staged photos that bring laughter to the bride + groom.Danny and Grace 12.13.14
    9. The best kind of love, brought together by Christ and hand-picked by each other.Danny and Grace 12.13.14
    10. A sneak-peak into what the bridesmaids were doing before the bride made her grand entrance.Danny and Grace 12.13.14
    11. A friendship that stands the test of time and distance.Danny and Grace 12.13.14
    12. Speeches that left the bride + groom speechless and fist-bumps amidst bridesmaids.Danny and Grace Danny and Grace 12.13.14 Danny and Grace 12.13.14 Danny and Grace 12.13.14
    13. The I’m-having-the-time-of-my-life-photo; oh yeah, and it looks like everyone else is having fun too!Danny and Grace 12.13.14Danny and Grace 12.13.14 WEB-Grace-and-Daniel-by-San-Antonio-Wedding-photographer-Expose-The-Heart-Photography-1068 WEB-Grace-and-Daniel-by-San-Antonio-Wedding-photographer-Expose-The-Heart-Photography-1135 WEB-Grace-and-Daniel-by-San-Antonio-Wedding-photographer-Expose-The-Heart-Photography-1143 WEB-Grace-and-Daniel-by-San-Antonio-Wedding-photographer-Expose-The-Heart-Photography-1073 WEB-Grace-and-Daniel-by-San-Antonio-Wedding-photographer-Expose-The-Heart-Photography-1092 WEB-Grace-and-Daniel-by-San-Antonio-Wedding-photographer-Expose-The-Heart-Photography-1125 WEB-Grace-and-Daniel-by-San-Antonio-Wedding-photographer-Expose-The-Heart-Photography-1146

Photo credit: Expose the Heart