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National Bald is Beautiful Day

Our son Jaxon was born with a head full of hair. Our friends even joked he looked like a little weatherman ready to report. … I remember at the age of three when we first noticed spots of hair loss, the size of a dime. We initially thought that rubbing his head on the car seat might have caused it until more spots appeared, and the first ones became larger. At one point, he had a few areas the size of half dollars. We asked his pediatrician about the hair loss at his yearly check-up, but Jaxon was healthy.

Bougie Grubs Cherry Cobbler

INGREDIENTS … 1/2 stick of salted butter … 1 cup milk … 1 1/2 cup Bisquick baking mix … 1 cup sugar … 3 cups of fresh cherries … 2 tbsp of lemon juice … cinnamon Sugar mixture … DIRECTIONS … 1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees. 2. Pit cherries. 3. Toss cherries with lemon juice and sugar. 4. Place butter in a pan and melt in the oven. 5. Mix baking mix and milk together. 6. Remove pan from oven and place the cherry mixture on top of melted butter. 7. Drizzle the baking mixture over the top of the cherries. 8. Sprinkle cinnamon mixture on top. 9.

National Read a Book Day: What Are You Reading?

Happy National Read A Book Day! … One of my favorite questions to ask anyone I encounter is, "what are you reading?" Alternatively, it is one of my favorite questions to answer as well. Most of the time, I have an audiobook going and a book in hand. Currently: listening to Present Over Perfect by Shauna Neiquist and reading The Summer of Broken Rules by K.L.Walther. … It is no secret that I listen to most of the books I read. I heard an episode of the Armchair Expert podcast hosted by Dax Shepard and Monica Padman that completely shifted my mindset.

ReNew Integrated Medical Spa host Business After Hours

ReNew Integrated Medical Spa hosted Business After Hours on Thursday, August 18, 2022. The evening included great food, door prizes, and networking opportunities. … ReNew Medical Spa has been serving the beauty and wellness needs of Texarkana and the Four States area's most discerning clientele since 2008. Whether you are interested in laser resurfacing of your skin, a relaxing and rejuvenating facial, or a fresh start to your health, ReNew's wellness, aesthetic, and weight loss programs are facilitated by experienced professionals to help you meet your goals.

Every Piece Tells a Story

Caroline and Mike Craven’s mid-century modern home in Texarkana, Arkansas, is a pure reflection of their style and personality. Built in 1975, the custom home was built by Gayle and Henry Moore. Growing up in the current Ace of Clubs House in downtown Texarkana, Moore decided to build a home with the help of a commercial builder and architect, Larry McGowan, to create a home with space for entertaining and functional living.

A Pop of Color

photo by Matt Cornelius
The Chambers’ beautiful blue house with its vibrant, yellow front door adds a pop of color to the street much like the family adds a pop of color to their historic Texarkana neighborhood. Kate and Trent have chosen to stay in their beloved historic neighborhood and make their house a home. They contemplated selling or staying but could not stand the thought of leaving, so they settled on a whole house remodel.

Peace, Love, and Pickleball

photo by Matt Cornelius

With the popularity of pickleball on the rise, this homeowner could not help but combine her family’s love for tennis with the recent pickleball craze to build a pickleball court in their backyard. According to USA Pickleball, 4.8 million Americans play pickleball, and the sport has gained double-digit growth every year for the past five years. With this in mind, the homeowners added the pickleball amenity to their already eclectic and adventurous backyard.


Perfectly Blended

photo by Matt Cornelius
When Christy and Dr. Jeff Young decided to get married in 2019, they began the search for a house they could call theirs. However, after continued searching, they realized that the house Christy and her girls already lived in had all the makings of the perfect place to bring their families together. “At the time, nobody lived with us, but we still wanted a space for everybody. This is not just the girls’ house; we wanted the boys to feel at home too,” Christy said.

Poteet Victory

photo courtesy of Victory Contemporary
Poteet Victory is one of the world’s most in-demand and collectible contemporary Native American artists. Although Victory’s work is abstract, his Cherokee-Choctaw influence still shines through his paintings. He has Native American heritage from his dad’s side; his grandmother was Cherokee, and grandfather was part Choctaw. … Born and raised in Idabel, Oklahoma, Victory was active in the rodeo circuit, riding bulls and wild horses by age fifteen.

Making Something Good

photo by Matt Cornelius
“Go make something good happen,” is more than just a motto for the new coffee shop in Nash, Texas; it is a way of life. Local Habit owners Rendi and Dr. Josh Wiggins and Natalie and Cody Peek exemplify this phrase in many ways. Whether through their other businesses, their children’s schools, volunteering, or simply through the relationships they have built, they strive to make a difference in our community every day. With Local Habit, they make a positive impact both locally and globally each step of the way. … Local Habit possesses a unique story of how it came to fruition.

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