Being in the audience during a taping of a television or radio show is pretty cool. I’ve had the pleasure of being in the audience for Opry Live and part of filming for ABC’s CMA: Country’s Night to Rock, both of which are always cool.
Like many of you, I love a good movie. I witnessed my youngest granddaughter watching a movie this week, and she was so involved in the story that she totally tuned everyone around her out, focusing only on the screen.
In Jesus' day the movers and shakers were the Scribes and Pharisees, the Priests and the Levites (All Levites were not priests, but all priests were Levites), the tax collectors and the regional governors . . . the RULING CLASS.
Jennifer is the name of the young woman who lives in Frankfort that sends me photographs of children waiting to be adopted. Jennifer and I have never met but we do have a very important goal in common; we both want the children who are featured in weekly articles, to find their forever families.
One of the jobs I’ve always believed I would be good at is that of a personal assistant. I’ve had a lot of training for a job like that right here on the farm with Garey. I haven’t arranged his schedule for the day or picked up his shirts from the cleaners or canceled his appointments, but I ha
One of the most beautiful flowers of summer, I believe, are roses. This is one of my roses that I'm proud to claim. With the heat of summer, it's a wonder any flowers survived.
I always find it interesting when I go to places or events to recruit foster and adoptive parents that it never fails that someone will say to me, “Oh you must be a really special person to be a foster/adoptive parent. I could never foster a child; it would just hurt too much if I had to give th
As students return to school, we’ll see families with children adjusting their schedules and routines. In summer months, most parents allow children to have a later bedtime. After all, it’s hard to catch fireflies before dark.
For sometime now I've wanted to tell you about Earl Rudder, a small-town boy from Brady, Texas---that's only two or three wagon-greasins' from San Angelo.
I have had a continuing saga with my car this summer. It starts when it takes a mind to. One mechanic had it in his shop for three weeks. It started every time he tried to start it. He could never trace the problem, because the car had no problem while it was living with him. As soon as it w