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Reflections

November 25, 2013

Reflections on Local Businesses

Sometimes I just like to stop and share with you some of our local businesses and talent. I think our town is top-notch, and we have some wonderful places to go right here (in River City - Brazos River City, that is).

First of all, did you know that the Crazy Bath House is now open and running? This harkens back to our local history. What fun! It's located in the little native-stone house behind the Crazy Water Company, and do they offer some sweet deals to make your mind and body feel good!

First of all, they are offering warm, soaking mineral baths – complete with bubble jets – to begin your relaxation. They are also offering hot mineral water towel wraps. And as if that wasn't enough, they are offering the greatest massages you can get this side of, well, anywhere!

In addition, they have the wonderful mineral drinking water many really appreciate, as it helps your body in many and varied ways. And if you want to have a relaxing couple of days and night, they have guest rooms, also.

On top of all that, did you know that, in addition to their water, they sell organic health supplies like soap and facial toner, Crazy Water apparel, glasses and a huge assortment of vintage Mineral Wells post cards?  They also have cold drinks and ice cream and many brochures telling about our town and its history.

Want to call for an appointment?  Just telephone Carol or Sylvia at 940-325-8870, and they will fix you up!

Last week, we had an awful experience in addition to recovering from our wreck. We had to have the plumber out, as our ancient pipes were backing up terribly. We called Norman Tankersley's Plumbing company, and Steve and his helper were out to us ASAP. They must have worked for over three hours, in all, and they got our drains running and in great shape. You can call them at 940-325-7968. They are tops in our books!

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    April 7, 2014

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    I have been a member of ancestry.com since its inception - even before, as I was one of the first to participate in rootsweb.com which was subsequently pirated by a few not-so-good people and turned into Ancestry. Ah, but that is another story.

    March 24, 2014

  • Reflections on the Woman's Club of Mineral Wells

    Ok, ok, I know some of you fellows were rather amused by my column a while back - the one telling you not to read. Well, while this column is about women, I hope you will read it and be encouraged by it to assist in the preservation of one of the few grand old ladies left in our town.

    March 16, 2014

  • Reflections About Town

    While, as many of you know, I have been pretty skeptical about the revitalization of the Baker Hotel, I do believe it looks pretty good for its going forward.

    March 3, 2014

  • Reflections on Devotionals

    A couple of weeks ago I told you about my blogger friend, Annie Jefferies, who visited us, with her husband, Don, on their way to mission work in Missouri where they are now assisting in a tiny community.

    February 17, 2014

  • Reflections on I Love You!

    How hard is it for you to say those three little words – I love you?

    February 3, 2014

  • Reflections on Blogging and Friends

    How many of you blog? I was asked the other day how many people here in Mineral Wells blog, and I really didn't know the answer to that.

    January 27, 2014

  • Reflections on Retirement 10 Years In

    Someone who is recently retired said to me, “I am so busy. I just don’t understand. We are retired, and we’re working harder now than we ever did before.”

    January 20, 2014

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