“That feeling of anticipation we experience every Spring is the same feeling I feel, right now, in the midst of this pandemic.”
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When it rains…
Yesterday was crazy! Tuesday (4/26), my morning started with a phone call from my Mom. She was calling to tell me that my Grandma Hall had died. After battling alzheimer’s for over six years, her vacant body finally decided to give up. I have a mixture of emotion over her death. On one part IContinue reading “When it rains…”
The Metroid Mindset
The trees have finally become green once again, Spring has finally arrived.
The weather in East Texas continues to baffle this Southern California native. In January of this year, we experienced tornadoes. February and March brought along colder weather with snow (at least twice). For some, this may not seem too out of the ordinary. For someone used to 70 degree winters though, tornadoes and snow just don’t make a whole lot of sense. The longer I live here – going on 5 years – the more and more I miss the weather of my youth and the proximity to the coast.