It is my hope this website will convey the passions I share with my parents.

I share with my father a love for history, photography & our Texas heritage. My father's  parents owned a ranch that had once been a part of the Chisholm Trail.

We grew up in the small Central Texas town of McGregor.

Our shop is located East of the RR Overpass Bridge at the intersection of FM Rd 2100 & Kernohan St.
The store is a colorful visual delight with surround sound for your listening pleasure. We have free samples of tea & coffee served hot & countless fragrances & aromas to delight the senses. We keep the store cool in the summertime & use ironfireplaces in the wintertime. There is something for everyone, young & old.

It was fun to have a mother that was famous in a small town. Fame had its perks & my sisters & I enjoyed the admiration, like star dust was sprinkled on us too!

I’m pictured here putting cookies in the oven while Mother was being featured in an article.  I was also on a TV program with her when Mother was named, Homemaker of the Year.

Mother won every year, until they asked her be a judge, to remove her from competition. 

This taught me the importance of developing one's gifts to their highest potential. Mother is a successful business woman & I am still learning from her. It is wonderful to have your mom for a mentor.  I grew up  wanting to be like her & I still feel that way, today. 

This website is dedicated to all artists, lovers of history & heritage as well mothers & daughters everywhere!

My sisters & I share our mother's love of interior & fashion design.

We learned the value of creativity when Mother entered her art work & sewing in the heart of Texas Fair & Rodeo in Waco.

Her southwestern oil paintings & fashion designs were awarded purple & tri-color ribbons.
It give me great pleasure to introduce  my mother,
Bobbie Brewer.
Mother's Award Winning Oil Paintings

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Gena Brewer Schultz