Have you ever anticipated something that was to happen in the future — something that meant so much to you, and it did happen? Well, that is what is happening to me. It has to do with my book signings and the trip back home. I’m really excited about it.
I don’t know just how I reached this point, but I am actually going to offer my little book for sale.
My grandfather always kept a stack of reading material on the floor beside his recliner. Wild West magazines, National Geographic, biographies of Civil War generals, books on history, theology, art and every once in a great while, volumes of poetry, were usually somewhere in the pile. My grandmother was a “stack reader,” too, as was my mother, as is my aunt, as am I.
April is Keep America Beautiful Month. It’s also National Pecan Month, National Welding Month and International Guitar Month. Who knew?
Although I can get down with pecans and guitars, I don’t know much about welding and keeping our country beautiful seems like a task where any and everyone could get on board.
America is beautiful — truly — at least on the outside.
You meet the most interesting people here at Churchhill Estates. That’s part of the charm of the place. Several I have met have been people of importance to the Dallas area. One lady, Dot, who I have really come to enjoy, was once head of the women’s work at First Baptist Church here.