Here’s a Texas bluebonnet for you. It’s our state flower, and this one is still in the process of opening up. I think it is a metaphor for now.
There will be repercussions: lawsuits and hearings, accusations and resignations, and perhaps, at long last, legislation and regulations.
A friend of mine from high school posted an absolutely – heartbreakingly – beautiful photo of our lighthouse. On the Bolivar Peninsula.
While her TV station flooded, a reporter stayed on air — and helped deputies rescue a driver – The Washington Post
Washington Post: As water poured into KHOU offices, reporter Brandi Smith and photographer Mario Sandoval stayed in the field despite the risks.
While Waiting for Hurricane Harvey, Here’s a Hurricane Rita Story: No One Understands a Mom Like Another Mom
A remembrance from Hurricane Rita and how it became an adventure for two moms and three small boys, shared while Southeast TX awaits Hurricane Harvey.
Houston is Looking Pretty Good Here: The Largest of the 12 cities where you can “live like royalty” on $60,000 – and it is great for lots of other reasons
Pack your bags, there are a dozen cities in America where you can live large on a average salary. Houston is the biggest of the pack. AND – it is a city with a terrific resume. Houston is the only city on the list […]
Birds and more birds enjoying the mild winter in Gilchrist, Texas on the Bolivar Peninsula: herons, sandpipers, brown pelicans and seagulls. A great day trip from Houston.
Steak is on the menu at a tiny dinner party at Glover Gardens with international guests.