It’s always unfortunate when a longtime local eating establishment closes its doors, but I was particularly sad to see Las Casas in Temple close down over the weekend.
When did we become such a negative, unappreciative society?
My wife and I have our wish list going again.
My daughter, Ashley, is the queen of class, both literally as she prepares to graduate as her class valedictorian at her high school in Wisconsin, and figuratively in the way she carries herself with dignity and class on a daily basis.
I’ve got a birthday coming up this weekend, and it’s a big one.
The other day, my daughter shared the wonderful news that she had not one, but two interviews with recruiters from colleges on the East Coast.
February is an odd month.
We’ve all had our brushes with future famous folks.
Don’t look now, but here comes another new year.
Santa came a little early this year.
I’ve gotten a taste of living the single life again this week, and I have to say I’m not terribly fond of it.
The Chicago Cubs have won the World Series.
My car turned 15 years old this week.
According to the calendar, fall starts in 13 days.
I had originally thought I would write a nice, funny piece making up all kinds of fantastic stories (just to see who would believe them), since today just happens to be April Fool’s Day. With all the political tomfoolery going on, it would have been so easy, too.
So our rescue cat, Vlad, recently turned a year old and shortly after celebrated his one-year adoption. His doting “mother” ensured he had a special treat of “T-U-N-A” (we can’t say that word out loud in our home), of course, followed by singing him “Happy Birthday” and giving him a new toy.