May 23, 2020

On this Memorial Day weekend, we pause to say “Thank You” to those who have given their lives in service for our country. Since the American Revolutionary War began in 1775, it is presumed that over 1.2 million soldiers have died defending the Stars and Stripes. Our he...

May 16, 2020

It was Bing Crosby who first recognized the elite songwriting skills of Cindy Walker. Then, other major artists like Roy Orbison, Bob Wills, Ray Charles and Jim Reeves began singing her songs, too. In all, Ms. Walker composed more than 500 songs, and was inducted into...

May 9, 2020

Mother’s Day 2020. Praise the Lord for all the good mothers who have brought love and common sense into the family.

My mother, Paula, was one of those special moms whose guidance still speaks into my life today. I still miss her hugs, singing, and dramatic story-times....

May 2, 2020

It was on Saturday May 1, 1971, that Sue and I were married in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. When Sue walked down the aisle, I thought I would explode with joy. Her beauty radiated like an angel from Heaven. Still does.

Our wedding had all the traditional elements like music, f...

April 25, 2020

During the COVID-19 quarantine, Sue and I have been busy with home chores. For our break time, we watch the daily White House coronavirus press briefings. While the various reports from the medical professionals are interesting, we are amazed at the questions fired at...

April 18, 2020

Born in Tennessee in 1808, Texas hero Albert Lea graduated from the United States Military Academy (West Point) ranked third in his class. He quickly became a highly acclaimed engineer, soldier, and topographer, leading dangerous expeditions to chart Minnesota, Wiscons...

April 11, 2020

“The coronavirus is going to stop Easter!” 

Who was this news-person to say such a thing on national media? Stop Easter? There is no virus on earth that can do that. Besides, Jesus has already risen from the grave. Easter is not a distant promise. Easter is an accomplis...

April 4, 2020

As a native of San Antonio, I remember the multi-cultural festivities of Easter that occurred each year. One of the oldest churches in town was the San Fernando Cathedral. Each Easter, they offered an outdoor Passion play that was similar to those that were presented i...

March 28, 2020

While in college, my part time job was selling ladies' shoes. This was when salesmen actually helped each shopper fit a pair of shoes. Only demonstration shoes were on display. The salesman would use a chrome and black measuring device to ascertain the shoe size, and t...

March 21, 2020

As newlyweds in 1861, Valentine and Martha Poole moved to Galveston. Though their roots were in New York, they had heard the thrilling stories of the Karankawa Indians and the pirate Jean Lafitte. The East Coast newspapers had presented Galveston as a modern city with...

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