The Alamo A mission small and old Yet the souls that fought Were strong and bold. On February 23rd Santa Anna started a fight They fought all day and rested at night. The battle raged on It made feelings of fear, loss, and dread At last, March 6th 200 soldiers lay dead. […]
“What is life? It is the flash of a firefly in the night. It is the breath of a buffalo in the winter time. It is the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses itself in the sunset.”
A blatant tragedy of total despair The bluebonnets and indian paintbrushes of Kings Court are no longer there. Driving in Texas during spring can be quite a lovely experience. Bluebonnets and indian paintbrushes grow wild all around. Other wildflowers pop up to say hello as well. It’s pure beauty. There’s a lot of land on Cypress Rosehill and […]
October 1, 2015, was a glorious day, when a set of two brother bob kittens were released into the Texas wilderness. Their den was destroyed by Houston area construction. Mother bobcat was nowhere to be found. Urbanization closed in on the wide-opened prairie and field they called home.