- LARGER FONT COMING NEXT SUNDAY. Numerous reader requests as our eyes age and the small font size becomes a greater challenge. Tim has sent me the 1,2,3’s of how to increase the size, always more complicated than my simple skills. I will practice this week. LARGER FONT NEXT SUNDAY!
** Most of us know the Kansas City Chiefs won the Super Bowl. What you may not have noticed is the back of their helmets. Many players have messages of hope. Several I noticed are:
Inspire Stop Hate Together Seek Love Imagine Unity
- My book, Let Me Tell You A Story, will be on the shelf of the Amarillo Public Library and the Texas Wesleyan University library. An honor for a humble writer of stories.
** From my current morning Fiction: “Give me coffee to change the things I can; Give me wine to accept the things I cannot.”
- Beth and I are enjoying and learning from Netflix’s Korean movies and series. If you search many are in English. The scripts are well done, tell and describe the story in the best of ways, no guns or blowing up airplanes. Several recommendations to begin: Attorney Woo (series), Cha, Cha, Cha (series), Juvenile Justice (series) and Move to Heaven (series).
** Dr. Alice Wonders was the first chair of a Religion Department of any US college or university. Dr. Wonders taught classes (1950’s – 1970’s) at Texas Wesleyan College now University in Ft Worth. Forty of TWU alumni gathered on campus this week to listen as well as tell stories of student days with Dr. Wonders. She guided, influenced, even changed young lives, still a part of their now elder life. Laughter, tears, and nods of appreciation for each who shared their interaction and instruction from Dr. Wonders. There is a TWU library shelf representing a portion of her vast personal library legacy. Were you blessed to have a Dr. Alice Wonders in your young life, someone who helped shape who you are today? Please share…
- For good or not, golf is back on TV and will continue through the fall. Most tournaments will be on one of the traditional, not cable channels. Tiger will play with many who are too young to have witnessed Tiger winning championships in his own younger days. My dad and I watched Arnold Palmer win the 1961 Master’s tournament on a black & white television. Many good things have influenced us all and for me golf was a major part of my young life.
Roy, ready for a larger font too