Tag Archives: landscape

Boarders Without Borders

Spring is coming! The other day, I was at the kitchen window when I noticed the mulch in the flower bed twitching. Kinda creepy… oh wait, it was a bunch of robins hopping around looking for breakfast. There must have … Continue reading

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People Who Make Me Laugh

Last time I showed you some things that tickle my funnybone, so to speak. But for delightful, amusing surprises, you can’t do better than people. They don’t have to be professional comedians, either! Here are a few of my favorites… … Continue reading

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Change of Season

Spring is coming to North Texas. ‘Bout time, many of us would say. We thought we’d never get rid of the snow, ice, cold wind, and sleet. A few weeks ago, between snowfalls, the ice cleared off just enough for … Continue reading

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Writers and the Soul of a Painter

A few months ago I enjoyed a most unusual interview: I got to spend an hour with Tina Bohlman, a well-respected landscape artist in Waxahachie. Now, I had interviewed talented artists before — painters, filmmakers, musicians — but what made … Continue reading

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