Archive for April, 2012

Do You Believe in Magic?

There were so many beautiful things to see at Oak Thicket Park, and as we walked the various trails, I took several pictures. These shots I’m sharing with you do not do justice to the beauty we encountered, and I’m thinking about getting a new camera. In the meantime, I hope you enjoy these little magical glimpses of our weekend. Read the rest of this entry »

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The K.I.S.S. Principle ~ April 30

The K.I.S.S. Principle

It’s not what you think it is. Read the rest of this entry »

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The Fayette Creature

 

The efficiency cabins where we stayed.

If you live in Texas and like to fish, swim, boat, or just relax in beautiful surroundings near the water, I highly recommend a trip to Oak Thicket Park at Fayette Lake. Sherry and I spent the weekend there, and it is a gorgeous park. Read the rest of this entry »

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Love Your Neighbor! ~ April 29

Love Your Neighbor!

(No groaning or eye rolling, please) Read the rest of this entry »

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We’ll Be Back

Our little dog Dockers is over sixteen years old, and in doggie years—no matter how you count them—that’s pretty old. She’s almost completely blind, can’t hear at all, and has a hard time getting up from her naps, which take up a good eighty percent of her day. The rest of her day is spent looking for me, not because she wants to be near me, but because I’m the guy who puts food in her dish and takes her for her twice daily walk. Oh, alright, she probably does want to be near me. Read the rest of this entry »

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Focus! ~ April 28

Focus!

You’ll be amazed what happens when you do! Read the rest of this entry »

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Police! Open Up!

For her Free Write Friday today, Kellie Elmore suggests we write about a time when we were “up the creek without a paddle”. She remembers the saying a bit differently–I reckon it’s a Tennessee thang 🙂 –but I think you all know what we mean.

Police! Open Up!

Thankfully, I’ve never heard those words from the other side of my front door. I was, however, visited by an officer of the law yesterday. He rang the bell and waited patiently for me to answer. Then! Four of them pounced on me, cuffed me and dragged me, kicking and screaming, to the van parked at the curb! Read the rest of this entry »

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