Gigantic Gift: A Girlfriend Getaway in Grapevine Texas

September 8th, 2016

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Recently I attended Travel Media Showcase in Grapevine, Texas which I highly recommend. Before the conference began, I had the gigantic gift of being invited on a Girlfriend Getaway with nine other wonderful women writers. We dined, drank and painted our way through town. I loved walking on Main Street to the Farmer’s Market with … Continued

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