Much fun is to be had this weekend in Midland Odessa! Check out hte list below to find some fun for the whole family! :)
1. The Sibley nature Center is still having their Mini Day Camps. Today’s is: Rock-O-Rama. Kids get to learn all about rocks...
I owe my purple sage bush an apology. I scoffed at it's crazy blooms Monday. I doubted it's prediction of rain with it's beautiful flowers. And we all know what happened Tuesday morning at about 4am; that storm was crazy!! All I know is...
First Off... let me set the scene for you... it was last week, and everybody was talking about health foods. Specifically the wonder grain Quinoa and how healthy it was... then somebody started about Chia seeds and how healthy they were. ...
Get Tangled Up With Thomas Rhett
If you’ve been wanting to get tangled up with Thomas Rhett, you’ll get your opportunity — at least musically speaking. The singer-songwriter is set to release his sophomore album, Tangled Up, on Sept. 25. This is the album we’ve been discussing obsessively since our sneak-preview listening session earlier this year. It’s the album where Thomas... Read more »
Dog and Beth: On the Hunt Returns July 18
Get ready for an all-new season of wild pursuits and action-packed captures. America’s most beloved bounty hunting family is back with an all-new season of Dog and Beth: On the Hunt, premiering July 18 with two back-to back episodes at 9 p.m. and 10 p.m. ET/PT. And every week, you'll get all-new back-to-back episodes. Armed... Read more »
FGL's Tyler Hubbard Ties the Knot
Now it's official: Both Florida and Georgia are off the market after Florida Georgia Line‘s Tyler Hubbard married Hayley Stommel on Wednesday night (July 1) at Trail Creek Cabin in Sun Valley, Idaho. According to People, the date was a special one because it was the two-year anniversary of their first kiss. Here are some... Read more »
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