Texas Roadtrip

Who better than Chip & Joanna Gaines & The JunkGypsies to learn from regarding Repurposing!

Ladies!  We are going to have a wonderful time!

Come by yourself - you will feel very welcomed.

Come with a friend (s) or family member(s). 

However you need to get here - just get here! 

We cannot wait to meet your Soul!  Rose & DeAnn


Our Road Trip Begins with a champagne welcome reception at an Upscale Texas Ranch -  complete with Pool, Poolhouse, Pond and Texas Sunsets!  Check-in, Settle-in and then - Let's Mingle!


We will end the evening with a Moonlight Meditation and Yoga Nidra.  Perfect for a good night's sleep!

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We will wake for a day trip to Waco to visit the home of Chip and JoAnna and Dr Pepper!


We will start at Silos Bakery Co. where you can grab a cup of coffee and a sweet!  We will then walk around and shop at the Silos.  We will eat lunch at the famous Magnolia Table, tour of the famous

Dr Pepper Museum and then head over to a Waco favorite for a private shopping experience.  We will  finish off the day back at the Ranch!

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We are headed to the home of the JunkGypsies in Roundtop Texas for two nights and two days!


We will first visit the Author of Eat. Pie.Love, Tara Royer Steele at All Things Acres to have lunch, followed by an interactive activity. 


We then had on over to the famous boutique owned by JunkGypsies of HGTV for a Champagne reception and private shopping spree!


We will then check-in to The WanderInn owned by the JunkGypsies themselves!


Dinner will be served on property followed by some MeTime and another Moonlight Meditaiton & Yoga Nidra!

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FUN activities including:


A Special Soul Searching Gratitude Brunch

Gentle Yoga

Aroma Freedom Technique

Art Therapy/Soul Cards

Nature Walks

Quiet - ME Time


Exploring RoundTop

Dinner In Town

A Roast Around the Fire Pit

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The party is over!  

Or is it?


As we head back home, those that have the time can stop at the Sorghum Festival in Waco.  More than 70 years ago, sorghum syrup was a common sweetener on dinner tables throughout rural Texas.  There will be:

  • Sorghum Pressing and Syrup Cook-off

  • Horse-Drawn Hayrides

  • Demonstrations of Various Fine Hand-Crafts

  • Make-your-own Activities

Image by Jan Tinneberg