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Even by the standards of mid-1970s television, the CBS superhero series "Shazam!" was pretty hokey stuff. The story of Billy Batson, a teenager who can become a superhero by uttering a magic word, … more
The Garden Club of Sealy has selected the home of Don and Janice Marsh, located at 305 Hardeman in Sealy, as the March 2019 Yard of the Month. more
As usual, time is flying by and, with January behind us; I couldn’t help but reflect on how things are going thus far. If you’re like me and are one of the ones who make a new … more
You only have to look as far as your social media feed to realize people disagree over just about everything in our current climate. He’s a crook! She’s a liar! You’re crazy! And … more
My friend Sara recently launched a reading initiative via Facebook offering to send or deliver in person a book to each of the first five people who responded. I’m pretty sure I was the first … more
Pre-Kindergarten Skylar Parson My pet dog is trying to get in her doghouse. Her name is Zoe and I like taking her on walks. When we were on our walk it started raining and my Dad said, … more
There is a hole. Not in my life. Not in my heart. But in the back door leading into the garage. It’s a cat door-sized hole that’s been missing an actual cat door for easily a solid three … more
We have passed the two-year mark since my treatment for Graves’ Disease.At this time two years ago, I was spending three weeks in isolation. Those were some of the most difficult days … more
Somebody asked me how I could live in Texas during a summer with 32 days of 100-degree weather. I answered, “By looking forward to fall.” And now it’s fall. The weather guys say autumn … more
When the school year got started about a month ago, I came up with a short set of five goals for myself to help kick the year off right, and I thought it might be fun to check in and see how … more
Last week I shared about the little puppy we began fostering, Maggie. At the time, we didn’t know whether or not we would simply be her foster family ... or her forever family. Well, a lot can … more
Those who know me, even if only a little, know two things about me: One, I have three young children who I adore, and two, I love my dogs. Many moons ago, before my husband and I had actual human … more
The start of each school year brings new routines for families to adjust to, which can leave little to no time to think about dinner. With the right ingredients, however, it’s still possible to … more
I have a love/hate relationship with technology. When it works, I’m on Cloud Nine at how effortlessly my world can be optimized, but when it doesn’t … watch out. Heaven help the … more
Local bars and restaurants are contemplating going before Sealy City Council to request extending their alcohol-serving business hours from midnight to 2 a.m. The way I understand it, if council … more
I’m sort of obsessed with Frankie Valli. I first remember discovering his music as a little girl, going to the oldies night at Chelsea’s (our local burger and shake shop in New Orleans) with my … more
Chronic wasting disease (CWD) can sneak up on you. It’s a progressive brain disease that affects deer, elk and moose, and, once contracted, it’s fatal. Curtains. Lights out. Life’s … more
Back-to-school season means plenty of evening hours spent completing homework, attending extracurricular activities and preparing to repeat the school-day routine the next day. For many families, … more
This past week our daughter turned 4. Somehow she went to bed a 3-year-old semi-toddler, and woke up a 4-year-old little lady. I can’t quite explain it, but nearly instantly she seemed a bit … more
Editor’s Note: There’s just no way to squeeze this story into a neat package. It has many layers, from baseball to addiction to faith and family. There is much more to come from our … more
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