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Today’s Daily Post asks us:

What is your earliest memory involving another person? Recreate the scene from the other person’s perspective.

I’m not sure I can recreate my first memories with Mary, she moved to Whitesboro in the eighth grade, she just kind of appears in my memories. Continue reading

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12 weeks later and the hard stuff begins

You never know how hard it’s going to be until you have to do it that first time. Yesterday evening, I left my little Ronnie at my mom’s house so I could go to work, for the first time in about 12 weeks.

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National Pet Fire Safety Day

It’s National Pet Fire safety day. I follow a Boxer rescue page on facebook, and they have a Celebrity rescue of sorts, he has his own page, Dr. Shammy, Medicine Boxer, Bingo B and Dr. Shammy wanted to tell you all about it and pass along a few safety tips. Continue reading

It’s HOT

Hey guys, I know it’s summer. It’s obviously HOT. We like to think that in Texas, we have the harshest heat in the country. It can get just down right boiling outside. In 2011, the Dallas/Fort Worth area had 71 days with temperatures over 100 degrees according to the National Weather Service. Continue reading

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Tis the Season

Today’s Daily Post asks what smells make you think of summer:

S’mores, salty ocean breezes, veggie burgers on the grill, sweaty people on the bus — what’s the smell you associate the most with summer?

Oh my…there are so many different smells that I associate with summer. The smell of coconut (tanning oil), freshly cut grass, the smell of the lake are the ones I love the most though. When I was younger and living at home, before I started working full-time, we spent a lot of time out doors. Swimming and fishing at the lake, or outside at someone’s house where inevitably the grass was just mowed for everyone to be over.

There is still nothing like the smell of fresh-cut grass, it’s hard to describe, but I just love it. Fire up the charcoal grill in that yard and I am in heaven. Family memories, here I come.