If it exists, there likely is a museum about it out there, somewhere. From a museum about bunnies in California to another dedicated to lawnmowers in the United Kingdom, there is a museum out there for people of all interests. With that said, I was surprised to learn that a new museum for one of my life-long hobbies recently opened here in North Texas.
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I watched the early morning news last week. Thanks to one particular story, I’m on my “What the heck will they come up with next to get our hard-earned money” soap box again.
As the season changes and the Texas heat begins to grip onto the region, more and more people will flock outside to enjoy, or tolerate, the weather.
Today at 7:40 a.m. the world marks the 89th anniversary of the first non-stop flight from New York across the Atlantic Ocean to Paris. Charles Lindbergh made the flight aboard the Spirit of St. Louis.
Over the last few years, I have made it a practice to try to live more “in the moment” and tried not to spend too much time planning for things that are way down the road.
It was the mid-1970s. Two teen girls who were babysitting had death grips on the couch pillows as they screamed and jumped up and down.
I recently had to sit in the waiting room at a car dealership while I got the oil in my car changed and it was quite the experience.
The number 13 has always fascinated me because of its various associations with being unlucky.
By Lynette George
As the sun rises over East Sherman this morning, the sound of the birds will mix, at some point, with the unmistakable sound of bagpipes signaling the start of another Austin College graduation.