Tag Archives: Fort Worth

The Peace and Power of Gong Meditation and Sound Therapy

I’m usually blogging about journeys of the physical kind… food, cities, states or countries that require the movement of the self from one geography to the next.  Today however I experienced a journey of the mind and spirit thanks to … Continue reading

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On the road again to Ruidoso, New Mexico!

We always end up leaving late, the planned 6am blast off absolutely did not happen but we were only an hour behind, not bad for our first long road trip with the dogs! We were inspired by the story of … Continue reading

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Palo Duro Canyon, Texas

I am sooooo not a camper, but when my husband tried to lure me to spend a night in the cabins at Palo Duro Canyon State Park it was the promise of a starlit sky that lured me into agreeing … Continue reading

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When inspiration strikes…

I’ve been lamenting the fact that I haven’t blogged in quite some time, that I miss writing, and questioning why I allow so many things get in the way of the things I love to do.  I’ve had plenty of … Continue reading

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Fort Worth Happenings: National Cutting Horse Association 50th Anniversary Event

I’ve lived in Fort Worth for almost two years now and our close proximity to the Will Rogers Coliseum has allowed us to just drop in on some of the most amazing horse oriented events.   Today we attended the … Continue reading

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Hatch Chile Festival Fort Worth

Hatch chiles prior to roasting The Hatch Chile Festival is an annual event in Fort Worth, one that we all look forward to.  The chile peppers, grown in Hatch, New Mexico (hence the name) are taken very seriously here in … Continue reading

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Fort Worth, Texas

BEATING THE HEAT I often wonder how I, a native New Yorker with liberal leanings and a preference for cooler climates,  is once again calling Texas home.  It’s one of the hottest and most “red” states in the country yet … Continue reading

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