Within this writing I connect Texas Independence Day to present day nation / state building and maintaining, and also our beautiful Texas and Mexico state blue bonnets.
These words were written to reflect upon the recent moment of silence for the lives lost from the Coronavirus health pandemic, and the tragic events of September 11th 2001. To connect the death toll from each events as a turning point for a nations healing.
These thoughts were written as a reflective point of 2020 with a particular focus upon the Coronavirus to hope that the horrid pandemic will end, amidst much of life’s offerings of feeling grateful and thankful.
As an invitation of hope, faith, peace, joy and birth, I share my first ever advent candles to mark the beginning of the advent season with American Thanksgiving. Please join us in celebration of this beautiful gift of life!
I first baked Election Day cake in the year 2016, when President Donald J. Trump was elected as the 45th President of the United States of America. I was intrigued and found the baking of this cake an interesting tradition, especially as the history is tied to the cake. 4 years have passed and weContinue reading “ELECTION CAKE!”
Thank you to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception for your virtual and online mass services during the Coronavirus health pandemic.
These thoughts reflect upon the reopening of schools from amidst and emerging from the Coronavirus. I write and question the importance of schooling, the need for learning, and offer a conclusive point, about the vital needs of taking care of the human body and organ of the brain.
Our thoughts of love, prayer and condolences to family, friends, relatives and colleagues of Houston Fire Department: HFD Jerry Pacheco. Pacheco was a 17 year veteran fire fighter with the Houston Fire Department, who passed away from his battle with COVID-19. At this time we offer and extend our thoughts of sympathy to his familyContinue reading “Jerry Pacheco”
Within these thoughts I think about the mission statements of organizations, and how they may have changed, shifted or altered due to COVID-19. And how mission statements may need to be accommodated for the purposes of the adjusting to the effects of the Coronavirus.
The USMCA seeks to offer congratulations upon the recent signing of the document. I write that it would have been nice to see all three nations presence, but was further inspired with the Mexican President’s visit as he acknoledges shares history between Mexico and the USA. I connect these thoughts to the recent toppling of statues, with a belief that the erasing of history with violent acts is not a solution.