In some places, summer brings thoughts of warm weather and cool ocean breezes. However, in Texas, summer brings thoughts of scorching heat and even hotter winds. But no matter where you are, it is extremely important to stay hydrated, especially during the summertime when the temperature rises.
The Texas Legislature convened in special session last week and GOP legislators introduced a fresh set of voting bills after Democrats blocked an earlier attempt during the regular session by walking out in May, preventing a quorum.
I spend a good chunk of time each week working with, learning from and encouraging fellow senior adults.
It was a good party. Of course you would expect me to say that, since it was our going-away party and I am bound to be biased.
Game parks are a worldwide phenomena within the last 50 years or so. South Africa has many, Kruger being the most famous. Tanzania has Ngorogoro Crater and Mount Kilimanjaro.
Jill Pertler is taking the week off. This is one of her classic columns originally published in July 2010.
Now that we’ve gained at least some space from the COVID-19 pandemic, summer travel is heating up. But while you might be eager to hit the road, you won’t want your investments to take a vacation – you need them to work hard for you consistently. But how can you make this happen?
As Texans hit the roads this summer with pandemic restrictions eased and vaccinations widespread, the national average price of gas is expected to top $3 per gallon, though the average in Texas for regular is $2.799, according to AAA.
I’ve gone through three earthquakes, numerous hurricanes and even some intense flooding, but the recent weather was my first major rain storm in West Texas.
My husband, Peter, is looking around our empty living room.
“I’ll always have good memories of this place.”