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A Pumpkin Patch You Don’t Want to Miss!

A Pumpkin Patch You Don’t Want to Miss!

by Hannah Lacy McKeon, Operations Manager It’s officially spooky season around the Bright Sky office and what better way to ring in the haunted holidays than with a good old-fashioned book sale? Join us at Rubicon Realty’s 2nd Annual Pumpkin Patch event. Along with bounce houses, face painting, food, games, […]

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Back to the Books

Back to the Books

by Caroline Boden, intern It’s officially that time again. The time at the end of August where parents’ excitement grows and their child’s, well maybe not so much. It’s back to school! Grab the packs of pencils and new notebooks from your local Back to School aisle and start ordering […]

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Fresh from the Press

Fresh from the Press

by Hannah Lacy McKeon With spring finally here, there has been much excitement around the Bright Sky office. We are gearing up to release two new editions to our catalog that we know will brighten your shelves. Ganny Says: Ganny Says by Chris Bridge provides a delightful look at Barbara […]

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Reflecting on Hurricane Harvey

Reflecting on Hurricane Harvey

By Reagan Williamson, intern    Here in Houston, we have watched the world rally. The national news plays a continuous anthem, and it is the words “destruction”, “obliteration”, and “disaster” on a loop. It is difficult for my mom to understand that I, a lowly college student, could somehow be untouched amidst […]

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H is for “Howdy.” It’s how we say hello!

H is for “Howdy.” It’s how we say hello!

By Kaitlin Trahan, intern    Anyone that has been to Texas knows that this state has a distinct culture and sense of pride that sets it apart from the others. Urban and rural areas are immersed in a southern way of living with a deep affinity for our history. In elementary and […]

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Star Gazing

Star Gazing

By Karin Keller, intern    I’ve always been fascinated with the idea of stars. I grew up reading stories and watching movies of heroes going on epic quests and the stars always seemed to play an important part. Namely in Disney’s Hercules which is perhaps my favorite Disney Movie— probably because I’m […]

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The Dog Days of Summer

The Dog Days of Summer

By Lauren Cerda, intern    Without the relentless schedule of work or school, you might find yourself with too much time and not enough to do this summer. Boredom hits hard; it hits fast. Though the idea of the dog days of summer originated with the ancient Greeks (as most Western things […]

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