Join us May 14 & 15 meet a Texas Hero and write about it. Family fun Friday and Saturday. 9:30 am to 7 pm
Act out or tell stories of our hard fought American Revolution. Like Ggeorge Washington and the 4 bullets. With men and officers being shot down all around him, George Washington rode forward to take charge of the collapsing lines at the Battle of the Monongahela on July 9, 1755. While riding along the ranks looking to [read more…]
Today, I sat with a Gold Star mom at her son’s gravesite. With wreaths from Wreaths Across America in hand, I followed her down the path she could probably find in the dark. I didn’t want her to go alone and thought I would bless her by sitting at her side and saying a prayer. [read more…]
Standing in “high cotton,” under the big Texas sky –a beautiful soul– this sweet lady is just one of so many who grew my faith. If you see anything good in me it’s because people like Mona and Nelson modeled Jesus to me and hundreds more teenagers. We grew up in high cotton. “Standing in [read more…]
Why Dogs don’t Live As Long As People Out of the mouths of Babes! Being a veterinarian, I had been called to examine a ten-year-old Irish Wolfhound named Belker. The dog’s owners; Ron, his wife, Lisa, and their little boy, Shane were all very attached to Belker and they were hoping for a miracle. I [read more…]
Fast forward to 20:24 and hear this excellent interview of Gwen Lavert, a wonderful friend, and hero for children.
Dan Landrum ripping it up with the stars of the Texas Heroes Foundation’s March Texas Independence Day in Hood County, the Vanderveer Brothers. Amazing hammered dulcimer playing. Everyone should get to perform wth their hero.
Today I’ve been blessed with so many bithday wishes. The way I have celebrated my birthday for over 30 years now is to have a Birthday Person(s) to thank and honor as someone who has blessed my life. My birthday persons for 2017 are two of my first cousins. First cousins share your early childhood [read more…]