It’s been nearly two months and I still keep his phone charged. I check it each morning. We didn’t share the same thumbprint, but I knew his password, as he did mine. It was like that between us. We shared almost everything.
The 87th session of the Texas Legislature opened Tuesday with COVID-19 encompassing every aspect of what the lawmakers do, according to new House Speaker Dade Phelan.
Like many of you, I am completely devastated by the events of January 6, 2021.
Purple is a color I am generally neutral about, but it has taken decades for me to elevate it from negative status.
My 2021 calendar is hanging from the closet door. Every year I’ve lived in this house, I’ve gotten a cloth calendar, hung from a dowel. My mother’s mother always had a cloth calendar hanging in the farmhouse kitchen. As soon as the year was over, the calendar would be conscripted into use, usually to cover cinnamon rolls as they rose, to keep them moist until they were large enough to put into the oven.
When you begin investing, you’ll generally assess your comfort with risk, as your investment choices will be guided at least partially by your risk tolerance.
It’s a new year, but the news out of the capital continues to focus on COVID-19.
Uncle Mort, age 108, said he was ‘locked and loaded’ to give me an earful when he called recently.
A fellow I know was grousing about the past year. His birthday was coming up and he felt, once again, that this year failed to meet his expectations.
Two things that 2020 and Covid-19 has taught us—you better like the house you live in and you better like the person with which you inhabit it.