Father’s Day

Richard PratherHello everyone! I would like to tell you what Father’s Day has meant for me growing up. If my father loved a day more than others, it was Father’s Day; a.k.a., “Advice Day.” On this one day of the year, he had my full and undivided attention; no interruptions were permitted. Continue reading “Father’s Day”

Employee Appreciation Day

Carolyn KennardI love the month of March because on the first Friday in March every year, bosses and supervisors in the United States show their workers/staff how much they’re appreciated. Continue reading “Employee Appreciation Day”

Houston Rodeo – Saddle Up

Diego TrevinoIt’s rodeo time, and 2,000,000+ people are getting ready and saddling up!

People travel far and wide, from parts unknown, to see the spectacle that we Houstonians experience once a year. Since the ‘50s, Trail Riders have migrated to Memorial Park to attend and participate in the Rodeo parade leading up to the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Continue reading “Houston Rodeo – Saddle Up”

I Have a Dream

Photo 57 (2)He was a son, husband and father. He was also a minister, humanitarian and a leader in the Black American Civil rights movement.

He, and other activists, dealt with dangerous situations, but Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. had the power to move people to want more. He had the courage to speak up for equality and justice, and he had the audacity to dream big. Continue reading “I Have a Dream”