We have reached the age of social distancing, getting or staying away from people. This is an age well suited for West Texans since it is very easy to get away from people out here.
A few months ago I was attacked by something so powerful I didn’t know if I’d survive. My husband of 33 years died much too soon, much too young. I was left A here, alone. The lone survivor, except this was no reality show. It was the real deal. And it sucked. Still does.
While social media is a controversial topic in itself, it often makes or breaks a business. When looking at public education through a marketing lens, it is vital to promote the celebrations that our kids and teachers experience daily.
The state’s unemployment rate dropped to 6.8% in January, down a tick from December’s 6.9% rate but double the record low of 3.4% in May 2019.
Show me someone who winces at the thought of hypodermic injections and chances are strong that such fears were birthed by some smart aleck kid who happens to be one or two school grades older.
I’ve never been a fan of March.
When someone you love dearly dies here on earth, they are gone. But they are not gone. They are here. They are everywhere. And if you perceive very carefully, if you truly pay attention, they are right beside you, every step of the way.
While Gov. Gregg Abbott has lifted the statewide mandate to wear a mask in public and allowed all businesses to operate at full capacity, many businesses, schools and other entities say they will continue to require that masks be worn. Abbott issued the order last week, effective March 10.
What can be done when mere mortals are caught in the crossfire of “stuffwe-don’t-understand-at-all?” And what if our understanding better fits bygone days when basic transportation centered on ridi