Spring storms sure can do a number on our houses and vehicles. They can also do a number on our dogs. How does your dog fare in a thunderstorm? The recent hail storms that moved through Harker Heights scared even our bravest dogs until they discovered the tasty remnants left behind by the storm.
When I got home from work April 2, I squeezed my husband extra tightly.
When I was in college, one professor asked us in an introductory questionnaire to, “Describe your heroes.” I wrote, “I don’t have heroes” and left it at that. The whole concept of having a personal hero or idol is anathema me. I hate saying that “such-and-such person taught me something.” However, I’ve been reading about female “role models” or conspicuous lack thereof. In the interest of celebrating my fellow females, here are the four women who helped influence the person I became in adulthood.
You can learn a lot from the little things. More often than not, the little things represent the whole.
The Bucket List concept is very popular these days. Seems like everybody has one, and if they don’t, they’re either pretending they do or feeling like they should.
What does it take for a quilt guild to produce a quilt show? You need a chairman. Then a perfect venue needs to be found. Of course, money is required to fund the show. And most important, participation by all guild members. Sounds simple, right? It can be when all the pieces fall into place.
My wife and I love our little neighborhood meadow.
I’ve been thinking a lot about Shakespeare lately. This is not just because I think about Shakespeare at least once a week. My beloved Bard was the idol upon whom my entire current love of English literature is founded. If that sounds passé, I have no apologies to make.