May · San Miguel de Allende · Texas

See You in a Few…

I’m heading back to Texas today after a six month stay in San Miguel de Allende, so I may be missing in action for the next 5 weeks. After reconnecting with friends, catching up on the latest gossip, and chowing down on a Texas steak I’ll head back to SMA  in June for more time… Continue reading See You in a Few…

branches · Texas · Trees · Uncategorized · Where's My Backpack

Travel Theme of Branches

Where’s My Backpack provided the theme of Branches for this week’s Travel Theme challenge. Here are trees and branches I photographed in Texas, Oklahoma, Kenya, and Colorado. See more at      

Bricked up door · Challenges · Marfa · Norms's Thursday Door Photo · Pictures · Texas

It Once Was a Door

A trip to deep southwest Texas introduced me to this ‘once’ door so decided to share it with you as part of Norm’s Thursday Doors photo challenge. See more door pictures at        

antique fair · Doors · Norm's Thursday Door Challenge · Round Top · Texas · Uncategorized · USS Maine · Warrenton

More Antique Doors–Norm’s Thursday Door Challenge

Doors, doors and more doors. It’s Thursday and that means its Norm’s Thursday Door Challenge. Here are my contributions for today’s post, all taken at the antique fair in Warrenton and Round Top, Texas. After viewing these, click over to Norm’s blog and see many more great pictures.               

antique fair · antiques · Doors · Norm's Thursday Door Challenge · Photography · Photos · Texas · Uncategorized

Antique Doors? Who Knows? — Norm’s Thursday Door Challenge

I found some great doors this week at the antique fair held twice a year from Warrenton to Round Top, Texas. Not certain if these doors are old or just look worn, but they caught my attention. See what you think. And for more door pictures, visit Norm’s Thursday Doors blog:          … Continue reading Antique Doors? Who Knows? — Norm’s Thursday Door Challenge

Discharging · Elections · Fort Sam Houston · General J.M. Wainwright · Honor · leadership · peace · soldiers · Texas · U.S. Army · World War II

70 Years—What has changed?

At the end of World War II, a U.S. Army General sent a letter to all personnel being discharged from the service at Fourth Army Headquarters in Fort Sam Houston, Texas. General J. M. Wainwright was Commander of that Post and the writer of that letter. Did he think his words would be remembered? Could he have believed that in… Continue reading 70 Years—What has changed?