Monthly Archives: June 2011

The Importance of Being There

by Ann Jerome Summertime is in full swing! Everyone I know seems to be getting back from a wonderful vacation or heading out soon to enjoy a distant and amazing spot in the world with their family and friends. I just … Continue reading

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Happy Father’s Day Mom!

By Missy Strittmatter A few years ago, my children and I lost their father.  It was sudden and shocking and was an experience that as you can imagine, was life changing.  And it was during those first few days afterwards … Continue reading

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Father’s Day

by Claire Mathias In case you hadn’t noticed from the rows upon rows of cards in the stores and the non-stop advertising, Father’s Day is this Sunday. So, of course, that has to be the theme for today’s blog. However, … Continue reading

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I love a good competition.

By Jan Gunter Even though I’m not usually glued to my TV watching sports, yesterday I found myself interested in two major games airing on TV at the same time: University of Texas Baseball and the NBA Championship Series. The UT … Continue reading

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Keeping It All In Perspective

By Derrick Lesnau I’m sure you’ve all had a day when everything seems to go wrong and it takes all your strength to not blow-up and lose your cool.  I’ve had a few days like that recently but luckily, my … Continue reading

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Take me out to the ballgame…

By Jane Rose As I write this, I’ll be headed back soon to spend another afternoon in the hot Texas sun watching Longhorn baseball.  If the Horns don’t win today, our season is over.  But if we do, we’ll be back again … Continue reading

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