Can cornbread save humanity? Before you write me off for being a lunatic, think about it. Nobody can think negative thoughts while eating hot cornbread from a skillet. Cornbread is powerful stuff. I don’t know if you know this, but cornbread has already saved the nation once. In […]
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Not too long ago, when I was driving on my way to work at Fair Oaks Ranch Golf and Resort, I was pulled over by the local police for driving a bit too fast in a 30 mph zone. For anyone familiar with Fair Oaks Ranch, Texas, it’s […]
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The NICE List The NAUGHTY List
Face it. Each day we are closer to the final countdown until our demise. Here’s an eclectic selection of how some chose to be remembered per their, or their loved ones, grave markers.
In our neck of the woods–the Texas Hill Country, over an hour northwest of San Antonio–we usually have to travel to see winter snow. Wouldn’t you know it? The one year San Antonio experienced a whopping 13.5 inches of snow in 1985, the International Airport had loaned their […]