Memorial Day Weekend



Originally known as Decoration Day, Memorial Day is a federal, American holiday observed on the last Monday of each May. It originates from a time period after the civil war designated for decorating the graves of our fallen soldiers and comrades who died defending their country.  Nowadays, it isn’t uncommon for parades to be held in cities across the United States and they often feature military personnel and veterans. For example, New York,…
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If you are new to owning a home and are just getting into the groove of the responsibilities, you might find there’s a decent amount to learn and keep track of. In an attempt to lend a hand, we’re sharing a checklist of around-the-house maintenance you can complete yourself to keep your abode in tip-top shape.


  • Inspect and possibly change out HVAC filters.
  • Clean kitchen sink disposal.
  • Clean range hood filters.
  • Inspect your fire…
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Marvelous Mexican Food for Cinco de Mayo


With Cinco de Mayo right around the corner, the whole country is preparing itself for grand celebration and the delicious gift that is Mexican cuisine. That being said, there aren’t many places as blessed as Houston when it comes to our arsenal of Mexican and Tex-Mex restaurants. Here are a few of our choices for the 5th of Mayo in Houston:

Known for its unique renditions of classic Mexican dishes, Hugo’s is…
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Spring Parks & Picnics in Seguin


When Texas is in its full springtime glory, a day in the country is about as perfect an idyll as one can have. Seguin, a charming city on the Guadalupe River about 160 miles west of Houston, is well worth the trip if you’re looking for gorgeous scenery to accompany a delicious picnic.

Seguin’s Max Starcke Park stretches along the meandering Guadalupe and offers a variety of scenic spots and fun activities for day-trippers. Texan…
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