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Each decoration, picture and painting at this Earthy abode has a story. The family loves to collect things from its travels. When they aren’t traveling, the family fills its home with unique finds from flea markets and estate sales. Even the family’s cars are a tribute to the past, including Molly’s ’79 Volkswagen Super Beetle and husband Matt’s ’61 Ford Thunderbird. Check out our story online to see how all these eclectic pieces come together. (Photo by Danny Fulgencio)

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POSTCARDS FROM THE PANDEMIC
Abby Lau, like other working moms, is learning to juggle working from home and helping navigate her kids through distance learning. Her advice? Give yourself some grace. 

Allison Sheffieck, an LHHS grad and registered nurse at Parkland Hospital, offers some advice on face masks and tells us what life has been life as a medical professional. 

Best birthday ever: Family and friends drove by to watch 2-year-old Ella Buehring blow out the candles on her birthday cake. She even got a bounce house for her and her brothers! 
CORONAVIRUS
You can now see how many cases of COVID-19 are in your ZIP code. You can look, but then take three deep breaths and remind yourself not to get stressed out by that information. 

Don't be so basic! Here are five Dallas trails that are better for social distancing that the Katy Trail or White Rock Lake. 

A pop-up park is now being used for refugee outreach to get food and supplies to families in need. 

Steadfast volunteers are keeping the doors of Vickery Meadow Food Pantry open and doubling the number of families they serve. 

Sweet idea: You can donate Haute Sweets Patisserie treats to local hospitals, medical facilities and first responder stations.

Enchilada's wants to help you stock up on toilet paper and keep social distancing. The restaurant opened an online pantry for pickup. 
AROUND THE NEIGHBORHOOD
If you need a laugh, Lake Highlands High graduate Meghan Richardson Riney wrote her family rules during the pandemic and they are too relatable. 

Take the time to celebrate with your family. Here are places where you can get a nice Easter meal to-go. 

From the archives: get to know skate legend Jeff Philips who once outperformed Tony Hawk on hallucinogens.

Neighbors rallied around Vector Brewing and they were overwhelmed by your support during this pandemic. 

You can drive to White Rock Lake again, but expect to see regulated parking lots. 

Lake Highlands neighbor April Barnes is offering  “PORCHtraits” so families can get their picture taken in their yard or around their neighborhood. Sorry, no close-ups! 

Vote for RISD students to be recognized as Emerging Artists at the virtual Cottonwood Art Festival.
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