If you like pretty flowers and ogling the homes of the insanely wealthy, then Azalea Trail Houston is perfect for you. Each March, residents of Houston’s exclusive River Oaks neighborhood (in association with the River Oaks Garden Club) open portions of their homes and gardens to the public for education… View Post

The NFL Experience is definitly an event for people who like football. I’m the worst Texan ever. Seriously y’all: I only drink sweet tea occasionally, my two-step could use some serious workshopping, and I hate football. So it took me a little bit to get excited about Houston hosting Super… View Post

The day after Trump’s inauguration, I went to the Women’s March on Washington. I’m not sure if I would have gone to the local one if I was home in Houston, but I felt like the DC gathering was a movement I needed to see since I was there. I’ve seen some… View Post

Wondering what to do in Houston this weekend? America’s 4th largest city is a crossroads of culture; a gathering place for diverse foods, museums, and experiences. If you have some free time while you’re in town, check out these great things to do in Houston: See also: Trying to like… View Post

*As always, the opinions expressed here are completely my own and do not necessarily reflect those of my family or traveling companions.  Bill Clinton was my first president. He was inaugurated on January 20, 1993 and I was born that August. So the 2000 Bush v. Gore election is the first one… View Post