As an admirer of photography, and an amature photographer myself, I took a break this past weekend to browse through hundreds of photos from various professionals and groups I follow online. Read more

I am responding to an opinion column written by Dave McNeely (The Herald, June 16, 2020) titled “Centuries of voter suppression.” Read more

In Romans 8:18-25, Paul writes that all creation is groaning for a glory that will be revealed. He urges people to put their hope in what is not yet seen because hope in things seen is not true hope. Read more

Parents have a lot of responsibility — the safety of their children, preparing nutritious meals and making sure the Tooth Fairy shows up and pays up. Read more

On June 25, 2020, Sammie Quinn Wright, passed away peacefully in her home in Richmond, Texas surrounded by her three boys. She was a beloved daughter, sister, wife, mom, mother-in-law, aunt, sister-in-law, grandmother, great-grandmother, and friend. Read more

I cannot recall what a stamp tastes like since it’s been so long since I’ve used one, although I might remember soon because I’m revitalizing snail mail in my world. Read more

Now that masks are mandatory in Fort Bend County businesses, we must comply with an official order if we want to visit any establishments. Otherwise, the business may be fined. Read more

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