For more than 15 years, I’ve attempted to write pieces to elicit smiles – however faint – and/or to inspire. I believe a great majority of them have been “upbeat.”
In 1947, when I was the age of eight, electricity was made available. No more kerosene lamps! It was very difficult to read at night, even if the lamp was on the same table.
We had a lovely time over the Thanksgiving week. Our children joined us, and we celebrated the Feast of Thanksgiving. In fact, we celebrated three times in three different setting.
Our appreciation of experiences and the world around us changes with time. The way I approach life differs now from when I was a teenager or newly-married twenty-something.
Ihave enjoyed watching Christmas movies throughout my lifetime. There are few activities more wholesome than curling up on the couch and enjoying a good holiday film to celebrate the season.
Texas has its lowest unemployment rate in more than 42 years.
Igrew up watching Wylie Coyote and the Road Runner on Saturday mornings along with a host of other cartoons. I always remember Wylie Coyote would draw out detailed plans and
Ihold the record for the longest length of service with the Lamesa Fire Department but also the shortest with Lamesa’s police force, resigning in one hour. I also had the
If there should be an appeal for volunteers to search for innocence lost, misplaced or forfeited in recent decades, sign me up. The downward spiral has been gradual, unlike Dorothy’s