Jumping Hay Bales in East Texas
“But that’s the thing about East Texas. Red dirt never quite washes out, and pine pollen is tenacious as original sin. You can leave East Texas, for Houston, for the Metroplex, for the Commonwealth, for New York, or Bonn or Tokyo or Kowloon; but you can never quite leave it behind.” ―Markham Shaw Pyle
Bras on a Fence for Breast Cancer Awareness
In 2011, a woman in East Texas fastened hundreds of bras to her chain link fence to raise awareness about breast cancer. October is breast cancer awareness.
Vintage Boy Scout Troop Ribbons
These Boy Scout troop ribbons dating back to 1960 hang in the dedicated scout room at my kids’ school. I love the years of dedication to the life of boys they symbolize. Here’s my boy scout!
Picture of the Day: Homeless Veterans and Mobile Phones
I’m super excited to share that this photo today! I took it two years on NE 1st Street off Western Avenue in Oklahoma City. It’s currently featured in a story on a federal website and in a federal publication, Research Currents. The story is Mobile phones offer hope for reaching homeless Veterans. It’s published online […]
Picture of the Day: Me Comfort Still
23rd Psalm, Irish The Lord’s my shepherd, I’ll not want. He makes me down to lie In pastures green: he leadeth me the quiet waters by. My soul he doth restore again; and me to walk doth make Within the paths of righteousness, ev’n for his own name’s sake. Yea, though I walk in death’s […]
Small Round Barn
Picture of the Day: Small round barn west of Jones, Oklahoma.
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