Last Friday afternoon, both of my sons were invited by parishioners from Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church to pick a bunch of satsumas from a tree in their back yard. My wife and I were careful to tell our youngest son that he would be picking oranges on this adventure, which is close enough to count in this case, because he had his mind set on oranges. They had lots of fun, and I had fun watching them!
My sons recently attended a birthday party with the usual cake and a bouncy house and lots of other food and drink. But there was also a Star Wars Death Star Piñata!
Over the weekend, the Willard boys had a chance to visit not only the dinosaurs but also our distant relatives at the Houston Museum of Natural Science. It’s also Super Tuesday here in the Lone Star State, which the four-year-old finds really hilarious.
Today in the Lone Star State, I voted in the primary election . . . early . . . in a grocery store. Some people think that’s hilarious. Need anything from Fiesta?
Someone is almost ready for the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo next month.
Today I received an autographed copy of this book from His Excellency Juan B. Sosa, Consul General of Panama in Houston. I love the very interesting people of all sorts and conditions and backgrounds whom I meet continually in this international city.
This is the sidewalk along Main Street in Houston, Texas, near the front doors of Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church. It reminds me that the path from there goes on and on and on through this world and that God is with us on the journey.
Monday morning traffic “caused confusion and delay” on Louisiana Street in the City of Houston. So I missed the inauguration, but I really did get an invitation: