On Wild Flowers

The other day I was driving to work and noticed patches of beautiful pink wild flowers. One of the things I miss most about Texas is the spring time. That is when the wild flowers are in bloom. The mixture of Bluebonnets, Indian Paintbrushes with the green grass is just absolutely beautiful. Our first several … Continue reading On Wild Flowers

Allergies Aren’t Funny

Last night  one of the story lines on 30 Rock revolved around allergies. ***Spoiler Alert*** A couple of the characters suffered from food allergies.  The reactions of the other cast members exhibited extreme insensitive and ignorance about the seriousness of food allergies. First there was Liz Lemon's (Tina Fey) declaring that allergies were not real … Continue reading Allergies Aren’t Funny

Dual Citizenship

I am proud to announce that this weekend I was bestowed with a very special honor.  The Big Guy and I became honorary citizens of Walt Disney World. Yes, that's right I am now have Walt Disney World Citizenship. You may be wondering how this rare award was bestowed. Well, the Big Guy and I … Continue reading Dual Citizenship

Connecting Caring Communities

Connecting Caring Communities is a grassroots  community renewal organization in Abilene Texas. Established in 2005 CCC is an independent non-profit group. It was inspired by Shreveport-Bossier Community Renewal. Three strategies are form the core of the CCC model: Caring Team, Haven House and Friendship Houses. Caring Teams seek to connect Abilene's caring people. It seeks … Continue reading Connecting Caring Communities

Texas Top 10 in Honor of San Jacinto Day

I have wanted to post something today in honor of San Jacinto Day. Unfortunately, I haven't been able to come up with something that tops last years. I kind of over did it last year. So, I thought about doing a Texas Top 10 but unfortunately already used most of my ideas in another post. … Continue reading Texas Top 10 in Honor of San Jacinto Day