Posts Tagged ‘everyone’

Boo Hoo

Monday, October 31st, 2011

As a kid, Halloween was one of my favorite holidays… until we moved to the country when I was seven and there were no doors within walking distance. Then Halloween was just my brother’s birthday. (Happy 56th today, Mike!). When our children were little, it was an annual treat to take them around our neighborhood […]

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Foreword Thinking

Friday, July 29th, 2011

Growing up I played a lot of golf with three lifelong friends. In 1980, the hottest summer on record before this one, we’d tee off at first daylight – 6 a.m. – to beat the heat. Those were great times and I have lasting memories of our outings on the links. Sadly, in October 1982, […]

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Winning Formula

Monday, June 13th, 2011

Since we moved to Houston in 1998, the only local sports highlights were when the Astros played in the National League Championship Series twice and made it to the World Series once. Rockets? One playoff series win in 13 seasons. Texans? Still mired in mediocrity after nine years. Meanwhile, in the past eight months, my […]

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Ho Hum

Monday, February 7th, 2011

You would think a Super Bowl that came down to the final minute before the Packers were assured of victory over the Steelers would be memorable; however, last night’s game didn’t seem as suspense-filled as the past three close contests. The halftime show with the Black Eyed Peas disappointed, thanks to poor audio and over-production. […]

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Morning In America

Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010

So the Republicans took over the House and made strong gains in the Senate. Faster than you can say ‘Tippecanoe and Tyler Too’ the political landscape in America shifted again. One thing the new leaders soon to arrive in Washington need to understand is the last two elections have not been about like, they’ve been […]

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