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GOOD MORNING: Video games now have a museum

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.

GOOD MORNING: What happened to my summer break?

For the first time in my life, I’m beginning May without a summer break in sight. Last week, my alma mater, Oklahoma Christian University, held its graduation that officially ended the school semester and sent a couple thousand college students onto summer vacation.

GOOD MORNING: Beep, beep, beep, beep

As many of you now know, I’ve found a beautiful home to rent with some great friends. This past weekend was insane moving all my things from my apartment I’d lived in for two years to a new home all in one day. I stayed up until the wee hours of the morning on Friday getting the very last of my belongings packed away, and it was through the help of my brother and his fiancée that we were able to get everything done. Having even one extra set of hands made remarkably faster time than the progress I’d been making alone.

GOOD MORNING: A love for local history

Over the weekend, I had the opportunity to attend Denison’s first Doc Holliday festival where local organizers took the city back briefly into its past as a boom town on the border of civilization. Officials used the brief time infamous gunslinger and gambler John Henry “Doc” Holliday spent in the town as a framing device for Denison’s colorful history.

GOOD MORNING: Teachers need appreciating

Monday marks the beginning of the National Education Association’s and National PTA’s Teacher Appreciation Week, which makes this week a great opportunity for people of all ages to show their love and appreciation for the women and men who go out of their way to educate the youth of our community.