We are bursting with new development and family friendly neighborhoods. Anything you need, we probably have it. We have our choice of Targets (super or regular), our choice of Krogers (super or regular), and our choice of Starbucks (all super, of course). But, we also have amazing local spots. Here are a few of my […]
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When I tell you that I love where I live, you better believe carbs play a big part in that. Some of my favorite places in this part of town provide my ever-rumbling stomach with scrumptious breads and pastas that are worth writing home about.
Adjusting to life in a smaller town has been a process, but I can honestly say I have grown to love the character and charm this neck of the woods has to offer! Burleson continues to grow and attract new families, and there are lots of reasons why.
As someone who was born and raised in Fort Worth, I’ve always been proud of our city. Since becoming a mom of a child with “special needs,” both medically and developmentally, I’ve become even prouder. We have some of the most talented medical and developmental professionals in the country right here in our own backyard! […]
If you look at a boundary map of Fort Worth, you will notice a long eastern arm extending nearly to Irving. This area, with its striking resemblance to a Mid-Cities handshake, is where I call home. Our little neighborhood is located where I-30 and 820 intersect. Just a few miles from two major highways and the […]
Approximately 10 miles northeast of Fort Worth, nestled between Haltom City, Hurst, and North Richland Hillls, lies the city of Richland Hills. Our little city often gets mistaken for North Richland Hills, but, rest assured, Richland Hills is its own entity. It’s filled with friendly folks, lots of trees, parks, trails, and beautiful homes that are […]
When my husband and I started dating, I lived in downtown Fort Worth, and he owned a house in a small community located WAY on the west side of Fort Worth in the boondocks (cue the Green Acres music) called Benbrook. Okay, so it’s not exactly the country, but we do have our own half-acre and […]