Holiday Tea at The Adolphus Hotel – Dallas, Texas

I have been trying to get a coveted reservation for Oh, Christmas Tea for about 8 years now.  Beginning October 1st each year, reservations open for the Holiday Tea. They are usually sold out within hours.  This year, I scored! One of the most prestigious hotels in Texas, The Adolphus was built by the famous beer … Continue reading Holiday Tea at The Adolphus Hotel – Dallas, Texas

Misty Keasler: HAUNT – Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

Part of The Blog Cabin’s 31 Days of Spooky Fun 2017 Series I seriously enjoyed the hell out of this. Photographer Misty Keasler from Dallas has an exhibit at The Modern Museum of Fort Worth titled “HAUNT”.  It contains images from 13 haunted houses across the US.  These are not houses that are haunted, but … Continue reading Misty Keasler: HAUNT – Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

Magic Etc. – Fort Worth, Texas

Part of The Blog Cabin’s 31 Days of Spooky Fun 2017 Series Going into Magic Etc. is so freakin' fun! This is THE one stop shop for all your Halloween needs. First of all, they have the biggest disco ball I have ever seen. It's huge.  So fun. Do you need a costume?  If you cannot … Continue reading Magic Etc. – Fort Worth, Texas

Dallas Grilled Cheese Co. – Dallas, Texas

This should seriously be considered the world's most comforting food. Ooey gooey melted cheese between 2 slices of buttered grilled bread.  Dallas Grilled Cheese Co. has that and much more.  You can get a classic grilled cheese or some gourmet sandwiches, depending on your mood. We started off with pretzel coated fried mozzarella cheese.  Served with … Continue reading Dallas Grilled Cheese Co. – Dallas, Texas

Casablanca Coffee – Fort Worth, Texas

The signs on the outside only say COFFEE. Casablanca Coffee has been open for almost 10 years.  Located in Downtown Fort Worth, but far away from the vibrant Sundance Square area, this place deserves a visit. Although it was busy when I was there, you are under the impression you have stumbled upon a hidden … Continue reading Casablanca Coffee – Fort Worth, Texas

More Ways to Give to SE Texas Victims

These are wise words from my dear friend, Kirsten Brooks Young.  I met her when I lived in New York.  She is a fellow Texan and she has worked non-profit for years. If you've already donated and you want to do more, consider planning ahead: Set a reminder to send holiday cards to the first … Continue reading More Ways to Give to SE Texas Victims