Memorial Day

Memorial Day

We chose to start our Memorial Day this year by remembering and giving thanks for those Americans who chose to serve in the military in the name of the United States of America. For about the last fifteen years David Wyer has graciously handled setting up the Memorial...
The Wizard of One Act-and Other Literary Events

The Wizard of One Act-and Other Literary Events

Way back last century, in 1960, Kerry Moore began his teaching career in Muleshoe High School. The century turned, the Y-2K scare became a blip in the time line,  but the 74 year-old Memphis, Texas, native is still in the game,  grooming debaters, coaching...
Junior Brings Home the Gold

Junior Brings Home the Gold

Junior Baca did us all proud when he placed first in the 800 meter run at the UIL state track meet in Austin last week. Of course, Junior also had a good year in football this past season, but he is also talented on the track, and this was his turn to shine as an...
Reading to My Mother

Reading to My Mother

Reading has always been a part of my life. My maternal grandmother made up stories and also read to me. Mother read bedtime stories and listened to my prayers as a nightly ritual growing up. I read many Golden Books, as well as others, to my children as they grew up....
Hunger Games vs. The Lucky One

Hunger Games vs. The Lucky One

Last Sunday while making the car happy again, 1010 miles this time, and making myself happy viewing and taking yet more wildflower pictures… I had the chance to do something else I like to do but haven’t done much lately-go to the show. As in moving picture show. Or...