When my aged Uncle Mort called the other day, I figured he wanted me to hear his election rants. Instead, he told me his TV has been “muted” since political ads took over most channels several weeks ago.
It’s the season for all things scary and I found myself wondering how many people are actually looking for more things to frighten them this year.
While October has become a time in our country to focus on Breast Cancer Awareness, it is an issue that deserves notice all the time.
Hide-and-seek has changed at our house, as many things change when you progress from being nearly 2 to nearly 2-and-a-half. That is the case of our granddaughter.
Amazon delivered good economic news, announcing plans for a 700,000-squarefoot distribution center and warehouse in Waco.
Google gets the last laugh, probably far more often than we know.
I’m hunkering down,” Rebecca told me.
Why do most of us tune in to watch sports? I submit it is not at all because we are just fans but because we want to escape all the noise, be it political, Covid-19, racial unrest… pick a reason.
It’s good to have the necessities when traveling. For some families that might mean Doritos and a good cheese dip, or maybe carrots and low fat-ranch.
For the last 3 years, I’ve started this fall LHS update article with a brag about LHS being the top-rated school in our district and shared our steadily improving TEA Accountability Ratings (84/86/