Double rainbows, music legends, and bluebonnets on the way…it’s been a great time to take photos.
This is my semi-annual “clean up my browser tabs” post. Feel free to make up a unifying theme…because I couldn’t.
Cats: Cuddly fur balls, or members of an alien race sent to subjugate humans? We guide…you decide.
A friend sent me an encouraging text the day before my cancer surgery and it led me from a Bible verse to a movie scene…and back around to God.
This is my evergreen 9/11 post…a reminder of Who is really in charge, regardless of the turbulence of the times.
There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.
Here’s a quick update on the status of the transition of the Fire Ant Gazette to WordPress. It’s been tedious, frustrating, and occasionally fascinating.
Anyone who questions why sitting around all day could possibly tire one out has never sat around all day with a loved one in the hospital. But I suspect that pretty much everyone reading this knows exactly what I’m talking about…and if you don’t, you will, someday. It’s like, inevitable. Emergency rooms and hospitals fascinate… Continue reading Tired and Peaceful
This is the third in a series of four posts spotlighting music from the Fort Stockton (Texas) “Pride of Pantherland” High School band. [Jump to: 1966-1967 | 1967-1968 | 1969-1970] These posts will span the school years from 1966-67 through 1969-70, corresponding to the time yours truly (and MLB) spent in the band. I’m doing this as… Continue reading Fort Stockton High School Band (1968-1969)
We arrived at the church just before 9:00 on Saturday morning, and were issued hair nets and disposable plastic aprons. We were then seated in a row of folding metal chairs, waiting to be ushered into…well, we weren’t sure. This was our first time to volunteer for a Numana “food assembly” project. We’d never heard… Continue reading Numana in Midland: 60,000 meals in one morning