For many, home is a 3/2/2 made of brick. But for countless others, it’s a collection of twigs, a mound of mud or maybe an old hollow log.
This spring, the group will have been in existence for one year, and both the director and members are excited by its progress.
If the combination of shellfish and Shriners makes you smile, then you’ll want to join the foundation this month for its third annual fundraising shindig.
Liz Marince had just heard of the state’s plans to replace six bridges on Northwest Highway, just north of White Rock Lake, and she didn’t like them one bit.
Johnny Waddle is also undergoing the toughest challenge of his life: battling auto-immune hepatitis, a disease that is fatal without a liver transplant.
The group, called White Rock Boathouse (WRB) Inc., took over the lake’s boathouse, built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1930, in May 2003.
Too many Merlots, even expensive ones, taste like they were made by people whose only interest in wine was stuffing money in a cash register.
Happiness doesn’t come from friends and cash … instead, it comes from that elusive holy grail of life: finding something you really like to do and doing your best at it.
Why go to church? Even regular Christian worshippers ask themselves that too regularly.
How bad is this idea? It’s so bad that people who wouldn’t want to be seen in the same room together, like Laura Miller and myself, agree that it’s a disaster.