If you have ever driven between Dallas and Amarillo, you may want to turn the page right now – you know this trip…well, maybe.
Tip: We need to get ready to go. JAM: What? Go where? Tip: You know, our plan was to just be here for a year. JAM: Yeah, I know Tip: The year is up. JAM: Yeah, well. Tip: We should be getting ready to go back to Texas. Are you ready to get packed up... Continue Reading →
Well….I’m not too long…..and I’m not too tall….and, actually, I’m not really a true Texan. I’m an Okie, Sooner born and Sooner bred. But I moved to Texas in 1955, went to school there until high school, went to Cowboy games in the Cotton Bowl when the throwback uniforms weren’t throwbacks and lived there until... Continue Reading →
Tradition requires this to be a day of reflection and for looking forward. On the last day of 2016 we lost Quah, our dog of 16 years. She was the kindest, gentlest, best looking dog we have ever owned. She was a mutt like us, and she was always an important member of the family.... Continue Reading →
We lean over the window sill. Jerry strains to see down to the street so we got a little step stool for her to stand on so she can see well. We watch our unknown neighbors passing by on the sidewalks below going about their day. Some of our best conversations happen here. We were... Continue Reading →
I remember a song about someone who was conflicted by two lovers. One was soft, gentle and easy. The other was complicated and exciting. Lately I can relate to the conflict. If you have missed us lately, we just returned from a trip home. Routine medicals and check-in with as many friends and family as... Continue Reading →