I live and love in Waco and I occasionally write about my adventures and where you should have a Waco adventure!
Yes,if you know me at all, you know I love Waco and I also love writing about my Waco adventures. I am a Contributing Writer for a new blog called Waco Moms Blog and my first article I wrote was, of course, about Waco.
The big W has become a tourist attraction, which still amazes most people who are from Texas but if you love Waco and know Waco, you understand and think ‘finally’!
“My Waco love affair is strong.” -Dedra Davis, from More to Love in Waco, published on the Waco Moms Blog
In my post, for the new blog, I wrote about some of my favorite spots in Wacotown; places that make me happy–just by driving by them.
It is of course not the first time I have written about Waco adventures–far from that. I first started writing at a small Waco newspaper that has since closed. I also wrote an article for Culture Trip, about Waco and where to adventure once you leave the silos.
There is far more wonderful things to see and experience in Wacotown. Far more. The shopping here is becoming extraordinary and is of course one major reason people are flocking to this central Texas city.
And where there is shopping–there are places to eat and drink. And be merry!
Oh! And speaking of the silos, I have also written about the famed grounds, in Waco, several times.
In February, I wrote an article for Victoria Lee Magazine about Magnolia Market. This article gives you helpful tips for your visit. It helps to know the best time to visit, what to expect, should you take the kids or not and little tidbits of information like that.
Waco has so many adventures to offer–whatever your interest is–several art venues, historical homes, outdoor adventures, including a farmers market located downtown, and much more. (I sound like I work for the city!!) Waco has become much more that a place to stop and get gas when you’re headed down I35–it is now extremely stoppable. And enjoyable!
Waco is full of nature. You can escape the concrete and find peace, however you need. -Dedra DavisWaco is full of nature. You can escape the concrete and find peace, however you need. -Dedra Davis… Click To Tweet
There are Waco adventures waiting for you!
If you are planning on visiting our little urban town, or even if you live here and have yet to open your eyes to see the beauty, you should read my post on the Waco Moms Blog.
I would love for you to read all my posts I have linked. I would also be honored if you would follow my blog, dedra davis writes, for future posts about Waco. (fill out the form below!) You can also email me any questions you might have before your visit–I would love to help!
I hope for you many Waco adventures in your future!
love and blessings~dd