Monthly Archives: May 2015

Capital Dames

Maybe you know Cokie Roberts from NPR. Maybe you have read her books, Ladies of Liberty, Founding Mothers and We Are Our Mothers’ Daughters. Or maybe you have had the opportunity to hear her speak. Cokie Boggs Roberts is a … Continue reading

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Mothers For Progress

We recently celebrated Mothers’ Day throughout our nation. I would like to honor all mothers in Texas for the fruitful labors they undertook and accomplished in the early 20th century. Even though they had few legal rights, many women set out … Continue reading

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Early Greenville Storms

Texas’ springs are notorious for wild weather and this year seems to be no exception. Frequently we get violent winds, hail, and maybe even tornados from the west. Then we all hunker down in front of the television to watch … Continue reading

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