Water trickles to form straight lines of droplets.
Saturday, November 11, 2017
Sunday, November 5, 2017
It was a thrill to see the beautiful sisters, Jenna Bush Hager and Barabra Pierce Bush at the book signing of their newly released book Sisters First. So many people came to Barnes and Noble they had to be organized and have four times to even wait in line. The sisters signed every book with a warm smile and photograph.
It was an honor to meet Jenna and Barbara. They were born into a political dynasty in front of the American Public. They watched their grandfather become President. They were twelve years old when their father also became the leader of the United States of America. Secret Service agents became apart of their daily lives as they watched over the twins. The book is a deeply personal anthology of revealing stories from their lives. Their personal bond of loyalty to each other is the foundation for their tales.
Sunday, October 15, 2017
Autumn at the Dallas Arboretum is a blast to the senses as you walk into the magical place of bright orange pumpkins, people taking photos of their loved ones, and sweet flowers in the air.
Auntie Em misses Dorothy in her little pumpkin house.
The characters come alive as children walk through muchkin land and discover their favorite gourd.
Tom Thumb helped to sponsor the land where children can take a pumpkin home.
Tin Man says I want a pumpkin too.
Scarecrow just needs to be with his friends.
Welcome to Emerald City.
A white carriage framed with hearts will take you to any destination.
Pumpkins with long stems shine with the backdrop of yellow flowers.
They come in all shapes and sizes.
"I found the perfect shape," says a little muchkin.
Bees buzz with delight because Autumn is perfect for sipping sweet nectar.
Purple and Red horses carry you to a fun day in the sun.
Seventy Five thousand pumpkins are placed so children and adults will feel the spirit of Autumn.
Bring your loved one to this magical place.
Sunday, October 1, 2017
State Fair of Texas kicked off its opening weekend with cultural dancing, delicious fried food, incredible vendors, Texas Star Ferris Wheel, Creative Arts Building Ribbons, Texas History, live music and the spirit of Texas.
The Continental Oak House was standing proud and strong showing the flags of Texas.
We were greeted with the sound of music along side a red glass Texas Boot.
George Washington would be pleased to see history is being preserved so generations can view primary sources.
Daughters of the American Republic explained to me secret messages were hidden in the petticoats of ladies as they were fighting for liberty from England.
Signers of the Declaration of Independence was held tightly with a red, white, and blue ribbon.
Artifacts of hundreds of years ago are displayed in glass cases.
Next door is the Women's Museum.
The words of Susan B Anthony are transcribed on the giant wall as I enter the door. "Treat the world well." is in bold letters at the top.
Photographic displays of strong women tell a story of courage.
Latino music has a great heritage.
Fabric of pink designed by creative women show talent in making a shawl to drape across shoulders of love.
Women's Museum helps ladies to interact with ideas and their own special culture.
Walk down the open area of blue waters and buildings built in 1936 at Fair Park. The Texas Centennial Exposition was held for a six month event. Architects George Dahl and Paul Cret designed the amazing structures of art.
Dancers tell a story with the movement of expressive arms and the rhythm
Ribbons are given for creative expression.
Jams are judged to see which tastes the most fruity.
Each hand made quilt tells a story.
Large amounts of butter are carved to display portraits of famous people. They butter must be kept cool.
Ribbons are given for creative expressions with yarn.
The Dallas Bridge connecting major highways won a price in the photographic competition.
Creative people come together to display their talents at the State Fair of Texas.
Big Tex hopes you had a good time. See you next year. Howdy and Aloha.