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Only the Best for Your Best Friend!

by Sarah Warburton As the proud owner of seven Clumber Spaniels and an active member of the Clumber Spaniel Club of America (serving her second term as Show Chair in 2015), Cathy Dorris knows how you treasure the four-legged members of your family. That’s why she opened Woof Gang Bakery & Grooming in Sienna to […]

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Making a Fantastic First Impression

by Sarah Warburton When Niyah Gordon had an achy tooth, Mr. Whistle, Mr. Bumpy, and Mr. Thirsty fixed her right up. Those aren’t cartoon characters or imaginary friends…they’re the special tools Dr. Bianca Sanchez uses at Little People’s Dentistry! Mom Hana Salem says, “Every single day I drive past the sign for Little People’s Dentistry, […]

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Tex-Mex with Heart

by Sarah Warburton We can promise you that the flavors at night are big and bright, deep in the heart of Tex Mex at Lupita’s Mexican Restaurant, recently named as one of Houston Chronicle’s Top 100 Restaurants in Houston. Not only are the hand-made tortillas bigger than average, so is the spirit of love the […]

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Raise a Roof, House a Hero

Many of our veterans often return home wounded, jobless, and in need of a little help from all of us they were protecting. Through the sale of new trucks, Don Kerstetter, owner of Classic Chevy Sugar Land has pledged to raise $75,000 for veterans right here in Fort Bend County. Don says, “When Classic Chevrolet […]

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Divorce Without Devastation

A Guide for the Present and Hope for the Future When you are going through some of the worst days of your life you need the right advice…emotionally, practically, and spiritually. Now Ronique Bastine Robinson of Bastine and Associates has released her book, From Divorce to Deliverance: Divorce Doesn’t (Have to) Mean Devastation, subtitled “Wisdom […]

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A Gift that Brings a Lifetime of Joy

by Luke Worth Twenty percent of children learn how to play a musical instrument…but seventy percent of adults wish they had. Why? Because as adults, we recognize how important music is–not only for its own sake, but because of the structure of music and the discipline required to play, it will resonate for a lifetime. […]

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