Reflections on childhood memories
Has anybody seen my cat? Has anybody seen my cat?
Reflections on a beautiful town
Isn’t it great that the Baker Hotel project is moving forward!
Reflections on an earlier column
A couple of weeks ago I talked about cruelty to animals – domestic and wild – and I spoke about how man has dominion over the beasts of the field and the birds of the air, and by this I believe we are to take good care of these creatures.
Reflections on blessed rain
How wonderful it was this past week to hear the sound of rain and to see it pouring from the sky.
Reflections on cruelty to animals
The newspapers, including the Index, have been crammed with stories about people who are being cruel to animals. In my opinion, that is shameful.
Reflections on a good week
We had a good week this past week. Our youngest grandson, Travis, who is 15 and lives in Graham, spent the week with us.
Reflections on good food and family ...
Last week I mentioned some things about preserving family history.
Reflections on history ...
The other day I was asked if one still had to go to the libraries, especially the big ones like the one in Fort Worth, in order to read United States Census papers.
Reflections: on Driving to Church in the rain
I hope everyone is having a wonderful, joyous, and happy Easter! May the Lord bless you now and forevermore!
reflections on Interesting People
Now, there are a lot of interesting people in the world - both famous and not; I have met a few of each.
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