Olabelle and the Muleshoe Library

Olabelle and the Muleshoe Library

If you read last week about Magann Rennels (Need An Answer? Ask Magann), you know her mother was an interesting person with a story worth telling and who has also made a lasting contribution to Muleshoe. Olabelle’s family originated in deep East Texas in the town of...

Need An Answer? Ask Magann.

While gathering information the other day for another article I was working on for the blog, a question came up my source could not answer. “Ask Magann,” I was told. “She’ll know.” So I did. And she knew. Magann was named after her grandmothers Mag Singleton  and  Ann...
Diamond Dust and Rabbit Tracks

Diamond Dust and Rabbit Tracks

The snow came, just as predicted, and Mari insisted she take a walk in it. So I bundled up and went out with her. I pulled out the extra-cold weather gear and my hiking boots from Kilimanjaro, and off we went. The sky had cleared and was bright blue against the white...
A Little Something to Brighten Your Day

A Little Something to Brighten Your Day

I don’t know what it looks like where you live, but here it  is dull and drab, brown and brittle. What is usually hard packed ground has become inches of sand with zero moisture to hold the dirt together. The weatherman said just the other day that it has been...