Monthly Archives: May 2019

What a Storm Shelter

The I 30 corridor…not a pleasant phrase when the storms are kicking through in East Texas. I watched them all day yesterday, first one tornado warning and then another. It was the positioning of the storms that gave me pause. … Continue reading

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Your True Hometown

Danny and I come from very different birthplaces. I was born in Houston Texas, the fourth largest city in the US. Danny was born in Hamlin Texas, a very small town in West Texas. We both moved a lot, so … Continue reading

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Memorial Day Honors – May 27th

Memorial Day. Today we honor those who fought and lost their lives for our freedom. My father lived, but he did fight in two world wars, receiving the purple heart and other medal of honor for his courageous activities during … Continue reading

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Trust in the Journey – May 26th

We went to put flags on my dad’s grave before Memorial Day. There is a gravel road that continues beyond the cemetery that we’ve never driven. Yesterday Danny decided to try it. The first encounter was a low water bridge. … Continue reading

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Facing Severe Issues – May 25th

We are facing a severe flooding issue in our state. Although it hasn’t rained in several days, the waters from floods in the states north and west of us are coming through this weekend. We are going to be inundated … Continue reading

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