There’s a saying: “Everything’s better with bacon.” And it’s true. Bacon is greasy and crunchy. It’s chewy and salty. It’s delectable and balanced. Bacon is akin to nature’s perfect food.
The 86th Texas Legislature convened Jan. 8 as the partial shutdown of the federal government that began Dec. 22 enters a third week. As always, lawmakers’ priorities will be writing
Idon’t know much about the Mormon Church, but I’ve always viewed most adherents as being generous with both their gifts and their time.
This is the time of the year when we have the opportunity to visit, review and revise our annual goals. A goal without a plan is about as useful as single-ply toilet paper.
We are getting ready to go on a trip to North Dakota to participate in my brother-in-law’s memorial service. It’s difficult enough under the circumstances.
My first holiday season as a married man is over. Sure, my wife and I still have Valentine’s Day, Easter, and the Fourth of July in 2019, but that’s not
It was a simple spot on the carpet. Well, if we are being honest it was three spots on the carpet, but who’s counting? They weren’t the only spots you’d
How can you assess your investment portfolio’s performance in 2018? The year was full of wild swings in the financial markets, so your own results may well have bounced around
Texas’ seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was 3.7 percent in November, remaining at the same 42-year low rate as in October, the Texas Workforce Commission reported. The Texas economy added 14,000
He stood there, gazing at the Salvation Army kettle on the town square.