I’m a practicing Catholic. I attend church regularly. I pray daily. But, my kids and I give up nothing for Lent. For as far back as I can remember, the Easter season has held a special place in my heart....
It’s Friday and you're looking for a meat-free restaurant option for your family. Many seafood or vegetarian restaurants may come to your mind, but there are a number of restaurants that offer special Lenten menus to accommodate customers such...
It’s hard to believe it's already been a month since 'snovid.' The extreme cold, power failures, and water outages are almost a distant memory now. If someone told me that San Antonio could reach lower temperatures than Alaska, I...
Snowpocalypse 2021. I mean COVID quarantine was just a warm up for this, right? Now that we’ve all thawed out and showered, we can reflect on what that week in the Twilight Zone taught us. Much like the Spring...

After The Storm

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As our local community continues to heal from the monumental weather event last month, with a combination of feelings of anger, sadness, and disbelief I find myself deep in the waters of gratitude for the moms that repaired the...
Okay y’all, I have a confession to make: I love TV. Like if I was making a top 5 dream job list, “TV critic” would be one of them. I love this podcast called “The Popcast” and they talk...
Spring Break is upon us! After the year we've had, many of us are itching to get out of the house. While a big, family vacation might not be in the cards yet, consider a day trip to a...
Looking outside – or at the thermostat – it’s hard to believe that whatever you want to call our February Freeze/SNOVID-19/Snowmageddon/Snowpocalypse/Elsa’s Revenge ever happened. My kid was blissful in shorts this week and I’m sure he wasn’t the only...
Welcome to the ACM book club! For more information on what we're reading and how this works, click/tap here. Book of the Month: The Idea of You by Robinne Lee Review "Lee starts the story off with a somewhat outrageous scenario: The...
Mural hunting in San Antonio won’t leave you disappointed - the city is full of public art and iconic murals. So if you want to find some of the best murals in San Antonio, you clicked on the right...
As a caution, the author advises the reader that this piece contains potentially distressing material about body dysmorphia symptoms. “Well, you look great!” Those were the words of a very kind sales associate who was fitting me for some new bras....
The list of what makes San Antonio a great place to live/thrive is long, but always near the top of my list is the awesome number of things to see and do. In spite of masks, social distancing, and...
This post is brought to you by Shafer Services Plus. Air purification…like you need one more thing to clean. You’re busy: kids, school, sports, socially-distanced birthdays, your own work, your side hustle…it’s a lot. At the same time, we know...
Trigger warning: this post will talk about pregnancy loss and pregnancy after loss. If you’re not in a place to read this right now, I send you so much love and encourage you to save it for a time...

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Expert Q+A: Dr. Lauren Sadovsky of Cevey Pediatrics

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Dr. Lauren Sadovsky is a General Pediatrician with Cevey Pediatrics who cares for children from birth until they graduate from high school, treating anything...