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Written by: Laura Nell Burton Photography by: Christin Gish Every night I tell myself…tonight it will be: Mind. Over. Bladder. But it’s 3:51 a.m. and I’ve only been asleep for four hours… Dear 3 a.m., We’ve really got to quit meeting this way! Don’t you know by now that I’d so much rather...

Written by: Laura Nell Burton Photography by: Christin Gish Totally-darling-in-every-single-way Reese Witherspoon says it best “My rule is if it’s not moving—monogram it.” I concur, Reese, and bless your sweet, Southern heart! Gracing our front entry is a hand-engraved keystone bearing the Burton family monogram. I designed it...

Written by: Laura Nell Burton Spring break 2017 has sprung. We are headed to Houston for a three-night playdate with Clementine, our one-year-old, strawberry-headed cousin (whose cheeks are edible), and next it’s Welcome To New York, where a Nor'easter is on the way (a state-of-emergency, 17-inch, subway-closing-at-4...

Written by: Laura Nell Burton Photography by: Christin Gish Five months pregnant, I’m wandering through now-closed Izzy’s on McCullough in Olmos Park. I love junk stores…layers of dust, poor lighting, disorganization, unmarked prices, no pretention—low-rent safe havens hiding away that one prize that will be missed by...

Written by: Laura Nell Burton Photography by: Christin Gish   Antique soldiers, handed down from my father-in-law, Byron (a.k.a "Guy"), are arranged in dioramas that guard our bar. I am deeply fond of my father-in-law. His favorite hobbies are the weather (channel) and architecture then versus now. An attorney...

By: Laura Nell Burton On February 8, 2017, Mums & Mimosas raised $125,000 at the Witte Museum’s Mays Family Center for San Antonio’s Good Samaritan Community Services (GSCS), a $25,000 increase over the previous year. It was a great honor to serve as decorations chairman with...