They say each major city in Texas has a “personality.” Dallas with its go big or go home mentality (the higher the hair, the closer to God right?!) and don’t forget all those urban cowboys. Houston with its oil tycoons and East Texas accents. Austin with its “liberal hippies” and “Keep Austin Weird” slogans. While many of these are packed full of stereotypes – the cities of Texas are definitely each unique and I’ve had the pleasure of living in almost every one of them.

While I have a love of all these Texas cities there is one that is dear to my heart… San Antonio. This is the Texas city that I call home. Not only was I born in this great city but I have lived here on three different occasions (the latest for the past 10 years). San Antonio is special. It’s the 7th largest city in the U.S. but everyone will tell you it feels like a small town. It’s culturally rich and I always say right now is one of the best times to live in San Antonio as it blossoms and expands every day. The people are incredibly friendly, the tacos unbeatable and the margaritas are flowing. And right in the middle of the Alamo City is our crown jewel… the San Antonio River Walk.

Queen of the San Antonio River Walk


The River Walk is the great treasure of our incredible city and is the #1 tourist attraction in the State of Texas bringing amazing economic opportunities for our town and state. And this year I am beyond honored to be nominated to serve on the Royal Court of the San Antonio River Walk Association and will have the opportunity to campaign for Queen of the River Walk giving me an opportunity to give back to this city I love so much.

Queen of The San Antonio River Walk

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The San Antonio River Walk’s (SARWA) mission is to Promote, Protect and Preserve the Crown Jewel of San Antonio. Each year the San Antonio River Walk Association nominates select women and men to campaign from September 1, 2018 – February 25, 2019 to, not only serve as ambassadors of the River Walk, but to also raise money to fulfill their mission and provide dozens of free events on the River Walk to support our local businesses and economy. The SARWA also works to educate local and state leaders on issues affecting the local tourism industry and the River Walk.

Queen of The San Antonio River Walk


As I mentioned, I have called this city home for over 10 years and this is where we have chosen to raise our family. Living a life of service, giving and gratitude has been of great importance to me. As many of you know, two years ago I suffered a stroke and subsequently underwent an implant to place a closure device over a hole in my heart (adding to a chest full of pacemaker wires). Since that day two years ago – I have made it a daily goal to give back to others and believe this campaign is another opportunity to assist this city that I love.

Queen of The San Antonio River Walk


I would be beyond grateful for your generosity in assisting me. Following are a few ways that you can help:

  • Monetary Donation: You can directly donate to my campaign by visiting: (please be sure to select my name at the top to go directly to my campaign). Any amount helps!
  • Silent Auction // Raffle Item Donation: Donate an item, service and/or experience to my silent auction and raffle. Possible items include but are not limited to: gift cards, product, gift baskets, sports tickets, theater tickets, vacations, hunts, professional services, etc. Please email me and I will provide you a donation form (
  • Corporate Sponsorship: I am also offering some very special corporate sponsorship options which include a variety of promotional packages on my blog and corresponding social media accounts of over 50,000 followers. Again, please email me for more information.

Please note silent auction, raffle donations and corporate sponsorships are due by October 1, 2018.

Queen of The San Antonio River Walk

Thank you greatly for your support and generosity. I couldn’t do this without my sTORIbook readers who have supported me every day as I built this community and dream.

To learn more about the San Antonio River Walk Association please visit Please note all donations are tax deductible.


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