Find Out Who Killed Who 8.26 at the Midland Hotel in Hico 

You're invited to a party to die for Find out who killed who Saturday, August 26th at 7PM Midland Hotel in Hico Private Party, Live Music, and Silent Auction Tickets include: Choice of Dinner with glass of wine 20% discount on rooms for the evening $50 for single tickets $75 for couples tickets $200 event … Continue reading Find Out Who Killed Who 8.26 at the Midland Hotel in Hico 

7.30.17 30 Things I Love About You

Today is Kenneth's "Golden Birthday" meaning he's turning the age of his birth day - 30 on the 30th.  For your mushy reading pleasure and in no particular order, I have compiled a list of 30 things I love about my husband. Enjoy 😊  His love for all things sports - golf, softball, bowling - … Continue reading 7.30.17 30 Things I Love About You

7.28.17 I have kept the Faith 

Christi is now healed of her ALS, in Heaven with her maker, and watching over us all. I reflected on our last conversation about life and love, and have no doubts of Gods perfect timing in crossing our paths.  Her faith was rock solid, and she made sure everyone knew it. Her husband shared this … Continue reading 7.28.17 I have kept the Faith 

7.27.17 Purple Thursday 

Making the decision to go to Tarleton State University was one of the best and most exciting opportunities I had ever been given. I've told you before and I'll tell you again: the four years I spent at Tarleton were the best years of my life. I found my best friends, I learned about life … Continue reading 7.27.17 Purple Thursday 

7.24.17 I Saw God Today 

I forgot to tell y'all how awesome Friday was. Get your popcorn ready, this is a good one: Have you heard the song by King George called "I Saw God Today"? His fingerprints are everywhere,  I just look down and stop and stare, open my eyes and then I swear, I Saw God Today.  Friday, during our … Continue reading 7.24.17 I Saw God Today 

Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy – Sheryl Sandberg 

Introduction I thought resilience was the capacity to endure pain, so I asked Adam how I could figure out how much I had. He explained that our amount of resilience isn’t fixed, so I should be asking instead how I could become resilient. Resilience is the strength and speed of our response to adversity—and we … Continue reading Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy – Sheryl Sandberg 

7.19.17 Boomshakalaka

I don't know if you needed to hear this today, but I most definitely did.  No self loathing or "woe is me" crap, more like embracing the you staring back at you in the mirror and acknowledging everything it took to get to this point. Empowerment over pity, Boomshakalaka.  "I don't need a metaphor to … Continue reading 7.19.17 Boomshakalaka