A hero slipped from earth today– Granbury legend, the descendant of a Texas legend and National leader–Ken Hendricks. Like his famous ancestor David Crockett, Ken was a leader, but he was a quiet leader. Even in his later years he would walk around a situation, study it, listen to others and then in a very [...]
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peggypfreeman – Yahoo Mail. After booksigning in Tulia, we will be heading to the festival in Red River. House sitter will be mowing the grass in 100 degree.
A few days ago, I talked about the birth pains that rack your body while delivering a book. After birth: You cradle the newborn book in your arms and beam with pride. Then while checking all the digits, you see a flaw. A FLAW?…. In my baby? The after birth pains begin with a drizzle [...]
NEW FLASH! Friday July the 18th 8-10pm “Dip Fest” on Dip Street in Tulia,Texas. Join the reunion of those draggin Dip. Lana Payne Barnett and I invite you to come cruise. Pick up your best friends, sweetheart or little sister and join all of the old gang on Dip Street. You might even let your [...]
Boil hot water, tear up the white sheets and call the doctor! The Baby is being birthed. Cruisin’ Thru Life ~ Dip Street and Other Miracles is on its way. This is what it feels like to be in publishing. Crazy, deadlines, determined that you are right, terrified you are wrong and praying God can [...]
Cruisin’ Thru Life ~ Dip Street and Other Miracles … Launch Day Introduction…Draggin’ Dip Street Memories of my hometown and Dip Street are to me summer rain to the dry thirsty soil. Like most miracles, “the drag” is a time machine that transports us back to a season of firsts—first drive, first kiss, first break-up, [...]
Excerpt from: Cruisin’ Thru Life ~ Dip Street and Other Miracles The Miracle of Fishing copyright 2014 Shortly after Dickey and I married, Mom and Dad moved from Tulia and bought a motel on a lake. Then my dad became a realtor on Lake Livingston. Here my mom truly felt at home. We fished. She [...]
My hometown on Dip Street for the Picnic Parade in 1953. Wow. I’m not in it. My family moved there in 1957.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=08a2HNBHL0Y&feature=youtu.be&hd=1
(1) Cherished by Nature.