Several years ago, I had a client whose mother had passed away. I was out of town at the time, and as he was cremating his mother without services, my only interaction with him was by phone. He had very polite phone manners, and he was quite patient as he waited for his mother’s cremains […]
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Sing A Long
Queen City, TX-In my early twenties, I packed my bags and moved out to California leaving my friends and family behind in the corner of the world known as the Arklatex. It was quite a big scary world out there that met me square in the face, and I missed my family terribly. It was […]
As I was sitting at the airport terminal this weekend, waiting as my youngest daughter’s plane taxied and prepared for takeoff, I picked up a magazine and began reading a story written by the editor. The story began with a recent experience she had regarding funeral attendance. She detailed the services and in great depth […]
Years ago, my sister had an argument with my husband. At the time, I was out of state visiting a dear friend who was being baptized along with her husband, and four children. When I returned home, my mother and my sister refused to have a familial relationship with me based on the events that […]
Student Debt – A Dose of Reality for College Grads
Smiles are all you see in pictures of students from all across the Four States area as they graduate from their perspective colleges and universities.
But those smiles will likely fade as the first of their college loan payments are due, smacking them back into reality as they now must start paying down on the debt they have amassed during their four years of university education.