Monthly Archives: September 2010

That’s All She Wrote

Just say I died. I didn’t pass away, or go to be with the Lord, or ascend into the arms of Jesus. I just died. I’ve read too many obits—that’s cold-hearted journalists’ jargon for obituaries—to choose such wording for what … Continue reading

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The Art of the Everyday

I’ve often said that summer in Texas wouldn’t be worth living without homegrown tomatoes and Parker County peaches. Parker County is just west of my home in Fort Worth, and when it comes to tree-ripened fruit, the closer to home, … Continue reading

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