Living Well at Carlton Landing

Written on Jan 28, 2016

If you haven’t visited the Carlton Landing community at Lake Eufala, you haven’t lived. Or perhaps I should say you haven’t lived well. Their motto is “The essence of a life well lived.” Carlton Landing is a small master planned community, now a township, started by the Humphreys family and designed by the same urban […]

How not to be a Hoarder

Written on Jan 10, 2016

Honestly, I’m not really sure why they call it “Spring Fever”. It’s always during this cold and blustery time of the year that I’m dying to reorganize, clean out and declutter. Maybe it’s cabin fever, maybe it’s the overload of new Christmas toys my daughter received that are now spilling out over the top of […]

Magnolia Market Silobration – Part 2

Written on Nov 19, 2015

If you’ve been following along, you know our last blog post detailed the amazing VIP tickets that Craig surprised me with for the grand opening of Magnolia Market at the Silos. If you haven’t read that post, click here – You won’t want to miss it! Taking a break in the middle of the Parade […]

Magnolia Market Silobration – Part 1

Written on Nov 16, 2015

Last week amidst the throes of the annual Parade of Homes, Craig surprised me with two VIP tickets to the grand opening of Magnolia Market at the Silo’s. For those of you who may not be as obsessed with HGTV as we are, this was the party celebrating the opening of the new store owned […]

Tiny Farmhouse Huge Hit at Keystone Auction

Written on Nov 13, 2015

Keystone Adventure School and Farm in Edmond holds a special place in our heart. Keystone offers children a loving, fertile ground to learn through creative play and individualized attention. Last week, Keystone hosted an auction at the Devon Boathouse to raise funds for the school. Dubbed “Beyond the Sidewalk,” the auction featured an incredible array […]