Discover the Wonders of Cruising from Galveston

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Looking for an affordable family vacation idea? Discover the wonders of Cruising from Galveston! There are affordable packages for everyone and no matter what you’re looking for, you can find it here. Cruising from Galveston is affordable family fun. Sure, you can go to Disney World (which is super fun), but you need to pay for […]

Café Michael Burger Galveston

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If you’re looking for a quiet, family-friendly burger joint in Galveston that serves delicious, juicy burgers with fresh ingredients at affordable prices, look no further than Café Michael Burger on the west end. If you’re on the island and you’re looking for a laid-back kind of burger joint (that isn’t frozen-fast-food-nuked-in-the-microwave nastiness), you need to check […]

The Outpost in Galveston {Best Boat Launch and Chill Spot}

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If you’re looking for the best boat launch in Galveston, and a really chill spot, you need to check out The Outpost General Store and Waterman’s Marina. Great food, great prices, and a really super way to launch in the bay! If you’re looking for a good boat ramp in Galveston that won’t break the bank, you’ll […]

Boating in Offats Bayou Galveston {and Surrounding Area}

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Offats Bayou Galveston is an estuary located on the east end of Galveston Island. It’s a great area for boating, fishing, and enjoying the beauty of the Galveston Bay area. If you want to take your boat out to Offats Bayou Galveston, knowing where to launch is key. We recommend Waterman’s Marina. The location is […]

Boating in the Galveston Ship Channel

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Ever wanted to take your boat out into the Galveston Ship Channel, but you were unsure what you’d see and how it would go? It’s a beautiful, fun, and bumpy ride you’re going to love! If you’ve ever thought of boating in the Galveston Ship Channel, but were apprehensive because you thought you’d have to […]

The SS Selma in Galveston

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The SS Selma was an oil tanker built in 1919, one of 12 concrete vessels, of the 24 designed, to actually launch. It’s the only permanent, and prominent wreck along the Houston Ship Channel. It lies approximately one mile north of Galveston Island. SS Selma: An Ominous Site to See in Galveston, TX The S.S. Selma […]

Family and the Beach: My 2 Favorite Subjects


Family and the beach, they’re my two favorite subjects, as they should be. A family day at the beach is the greatest and I’m just happy to live in a place where that’s the norm and shiny, happy people are everywhere. For me, living on Galveston Island is a true blessing. There’s nothing better than […]

DIY Diet Coke Bottle Patio Tiki Torches Tutorial


This post was inspired by Collective Bias, Inc. (my employer) and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #UniquelyMine #CollectiveBias DIY Diet Coke Bottle Patio Tiki Torches Tutorial Demonic mosquitoes an issue in your neck of the woods this year too? Take matters into your own hands when you make these trendy and unique DIY Diet Coke […]

Just a Mom Busy Capturing Memories Behind the Lens


As moms, I think a lot of us come off as absent from our family’s lives because we’re never in every day photos, especially in my circles. But I promise you, we aren’t absent; we’re just busy capturing memories behind the lens. If you look hard enough, you’ll see we’re in every reflection and memory […]

Tropical Storm Bill Visits Galveston in June 2015


Photos from The Seawall in Galveston, TX on June 16, 2015 when Tropical Storm Bill touched shore. On June 16, 2015, my family and I listened to the news and watched for the arrival of Tropical Storm Bill. It was supposed to be huge and B’s job site was even shut down so he stayed home. I worked…of […]