The following are some abstract ideas that are coming to mind as I take the time to think about preparing a summary for Chapter 12 from the book entitled “EL NORTE.” I am excited with emerging themes such as reimagine and reawakening the soul of America, through the Spanish roots and hertiage.
Within this writing I summarize Chapter 9 of my reading from the book entitled “ELNORTE.” I make historical and present day connections, especially to focus upon the Texas cotton industry, the Texas Annexation and the Mexico-America war.
Within this writing I reflect upon the signing of legislation that has created Juneteenth a Federal holiday within the United States of America.
On June 12th 2021 a mass shooting occurred that where 14 individuals were shot, tragically one individuals has passed away with thirteen injured. At this time I offer our my thoughts of love, prayer and condolences to family, friends, relatives, loved ones and all who mourn the loss of life and injury. We pray forContinue reading “AUSTIN, TX.”
Within this writing I offer some thoughts as a response to the recent Govener Abbott’s announcement to end the mask mandate and resume businesses to 100% in the state of Texas.
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 thoughts are a continuation from the journey of study of American History. Within these thoughts I offer a reflective tone, that encompasses a sadness of history tied to the Spanish Explorations, and development of settlements that is deeply entrenched within America present day, but feels somewhat on the brink of being diminished, especially through the development of present day politics.
Our thoughts of love, prayer and condolences to family, friends, loved ones, colleagues, and all who mourn the loss of Jason Knox. Jason Knox passed away during a helicopter crash, he was 35 years young. We extend symapathies to his family, Houston Police Department, and who mourn his tragic loss. Thank you for your service.Continue reading “Jason Knox.”
A continuation of arts and crafts creation during the Coronavirus quarantine time.