With the exception of the home I lived in for two years in Austin, which provides me in part with my stake to true Texan, my family only lived in one house. Our home sat on the same slope for about thirty years. The house on the dead end served as the backdrop to my … More Moving on
I remember being in eighth grade sitting in Mr. Rodgers’ social studies class watching a high school student about my brothers age get rescued from a window during the chaos that ensued from the Columbine shooting. I can still feel the emotions swelling as I raced home from where bus 162b dropped me and three … More The Plan All Teachers Make
One may wonder what an old cable tv show and baby showers have in common, but that is why I am writing this. So, keep reading and hopefully you will find out. Recently, as in over Winter Break, I rewatched the show Psych about a guy who pretends to be a psychic detective to … More Psych and Baby Showers
Oklahoma State University celebrates homecoming like no other place I know. The grandiose party they put on for homecoming draws thousands back to the small town so many knew as home. The tradition of what was once called “America’s Greatest Homecoming” runs deep in Stillwater. The week leading up to homecoming includes countless events such … More America’s Greatest Homecoming.