Tag Archive: Memorable

Apr 09 2012

Plein Air Paint-Out and Photo-Shoot

Round -em up…it’s time for the 3rd Annual Art in Art weekend.  It’s a two day event when Plein Air Artists (which is a fancy word for painting outside) come to the area to paint or bring their cameras to capture our historical buildings and beautiful landscape.  The two day weekend is April 13-14th. On …

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Mar 19 2012

Mason Maze

We have had rain these past couple of months and the grass, weeds, and flowers are growing…growing, growing.  If you live in this county, you got quite use to seeing various shades  of the color BROWN during the past dry months. Now…there is the color GREEN everywhere!  To show the growth of the local vegetation and …

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Mar 12 2012

Topaz Monitor

Definition: A monitor watches over an area, person or special day. It was 150 years ago this past week that in our American History we remember The Battle of Hampton Roads….the Clash of the Ironclads.  It was the sea battle during the Civil War between the USS Monitor and CSS Virginia.  In the past week, …

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Feb 19 2012

BlueBonnets are COMING!

They’re coming! It’s going to be a great year! I can already see them…they are growing everywhere. They are thick and tall in everyone’s yard and fields. WOW…it’s going to be a great year! They’re coming!  They’re coming! Soon, the landscape will be filled with BLUEBONNETS and other wild flowers.   Two years ago as far as …

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Feb 06 2012

LOSE 10% of Body Weight in 3 Minutes

They lost 10% of their body weight in 3 minutes!  Now that I have your attention and Biggest Loser fans are now reading my blog, I’m talking about the Angora goats in Mason County. Every six months, the first weekend in August (right before breeding) and in February (right before kidding) the goats are taken …

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Jan 16 2012

Eyes shut. What do we see?

When our eyes are closed, what do we see? What we see, and our life experiences of certain repeated life events takes precedence over auditory.  We often ‘hear with our eyes’. We have experiences of hearing stories told or read to us that help us  ‘see with your ears’ – auditory language …WORDS…can ‘paint pictures’ …

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Jan 08 2012

Two Texas Music Treasures

Plan NOW for Live musical performances in January 2012: Walt Wilkins                 January 21st      Jaston Williams            January 27-28  Jaston Williams of Tuna Christmas is going to Mason On the 21st of January one of the best singer/songwriters from Texas  will perform at the Odeon.  WALT WILKINS, has been called a prince,  a poet, a genius, …

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Dec 25 2011

Blessings to All

Merry Christmas to Everyone. It’s not just the words to a song….the Christmas Season does last twelve days. Breathe, exhale slowly, relax and enjoy these days. Allow the LIGHT to enter your being.  The invitation of Christmas is to open our hearts to the Light.  You have the light.  Believe in the light.  Be the Light.   …

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Dec 19 2011

Health Alert: Mason Fever

The Mason Punchers, the high school of Mason, Texas….are STATE 1A CHAMPIONS! Last Wednesday, the 14th of December, two bus loads of players and coaches headed for the Dallas Stadium for the playoffs.  The buses were given an escort by the County Sheriff’s Department with sirens and lights to announce their presence amd departure.  Merchants, …

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Dec 12 2011

Christmas Trees of Our Past

The City of Mason lights up the buildings on the square, the courthouse, and its churches as everyone prepares for Christmas Day. In our  homes we are decorating Christmas trees. Reflecting back…I remember when I was a kid that we all had our jobs for the tree.  My dad to make  the tree stand, haul it …

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