We had a weekend visitor a few weeks ago. My mother. I’m grateful to still have my mother, but I … Continue reading Heart, Mind, and Soul
My memory isn’t what it use to be. Yet I have very vivid specific memories. I remember my very first … Continue reading I’m proud to say “I graduated from Carter Riverside!”
I never had children of my own. It use to bother me when I was in my 30’s. Once I … Continue reading My Cousin Anita
My sister and I are eleven months apart. I was born in the last week of December in 1961 and … Continue reading A sister is a forever friend.
Here’s something you probably don’t know about me. I was once in a fight outside the Taco Bell on University … Continue reading Ye Olde Taco Bell Confrontation
My mother was born in Oklahoma in Roger Mills County to George and Velma Nelson. She was the fourth of … Continue reading Ma and Pa’s Legacy
I grew up in the Riverside area of Fort Worth, just west of downtown. In the 60’s and 70’s growing … Continue reading My Little Town
One year, I can’t quite remember when, but I was in elementary school, my dad planted about half an acre … Continue reading Peas in Roanoke