Annabelle’s Amazing Graces

Annabelle van Deursen was born on November 6th, 2015, a healthy, beautiful girl. She was developing appropriately until about six months of age, and at this time, her mother, Shelley van Deursen, noticed she was missing developmental milestones. Shelley and husband, Daniel, voiced their concerns to their...

Spring has Sprung in the Bend

It’s March in Fort Bend County – Spring has sprung!   There’s new life, renewed vibrancy and a push to get out of the house! Here are some of the things Nancy and I enjoy every March. We love flowers blooming, especially our official state flower – the stunning Texas Bluebonnet.  There’s a myth...

Create Comfort In Your Home: Katy Home & Garden Show and Spring Gift Market

Finding comfort in the home has reached an all-time high.  Our home is not only an extension now of work and home but a reflection of what’s most valuable to us – what we are and love. There has never been a better time to refresh.  Multifunctional spaces, outdoor living and bringing nature inside are...

The Sweet Lift Gardener – How Much Should I Grow?

By Alisa Murray | alisamurrayslivingthesweetlife.com – Hey Sweet Lifers! There are so many challenges to think about when planning a garden, like understanding the way the sun lands throughout the day, the quality of the soil, and rotation and location annually. Unless it lives in the Sweet Life Garden...

5 Tips for Organizing Your Home Office

When temperatures creep up again, it signals time for an annual tradition: spring cleaning. While big projects like windows are hard to overlook, don’t forget smaller areas that need attention, too, such as your home office. Making sense of a year’s worth of paperwork and clutter can take some serious...

Things You Should Know When Getting A Mortgage

By Cathy Baker – It’s kind of funny, most people who call me all want to know, “What’s the rate,” and I’ve had people tell me that’s all they need to know. Is that all you really need to know? Of course not! What’s just as important as the interest rate are the costs involved to get...

Literacy Council of Fort Bend County Partners with Tramontina USA for Onsite Literacy Classes

By Tanya Sterling – Approximately 154,000 Fort Bend County residents (19%) function at or below Level 1 Literacy, says a recent nationwide survey from the National Center for Education Statistics. This means that 154,000 adults living in Fort Bend County lack the reading and writing skills to manage...

Free Digestive Health Webinar at Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital

Stress, worry and anxiety can take a toll on your stomach: Just think back to how you felt the last time you went on a job interview, got pulled over for speeding or awaited the results of a medical test. Those nervous butterflies in your belly were hard to ignore. “The enteric nervous system, a collection...

Spring into Rosés

As recently as just a handful of years ago, I bristled when I heard “It’s rosé season!” For as a lover of pink wines, I drink rosé wines year-round regardless of the calendar or the temperature beyond my front door. As the rosé category has exploded, however, I have given up my Sisyphean effort to...

3rd Annual George Ranch Rodeo Celebrates Black History Month

Saturday, February 19th Richmond’s George Ranch Historical Park The 3rd Annual George Ranch Rodeo will commemorate Black History Month in 2022 by highlighting the legacy of Black cowboys in Fort Bend County. The Fort Bend History Association and the Rodeo committee invite the community to join them at the...

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