Brazos Trails: May 5, 2011
We had a great April and now looking for a greater May, with so many events coming up. Did the big wedding in England give you a lift? I think they could have left out the “for poorer” part.
Now I see why Heloise is so popular. She deals with everyday problems and not with all the big problems of the world that nobody seems to be able to solve. I guess most of her readers are homemakers and want to know how to solve little problems at home. Like last week when crayons went thru the washer in the kids clothes. Or how to really clean your bathroom. Some columns are all about caring for your pets. She has a few of them. Maybe how you can ride your motorcycle. She has has one. How to jump out of an airplane or go up in a hot air balloons. She’s done all that according to her website.
Plan to join us to meet and greet Heloise at the Roosevelt Ballroom, 4th and Austin, 11 a. m. Be sure to get one of her books, and if you are not a subscriber then this is the place to sign up. Doreen and her crew has a goodie bag for you there.
First we have national day of Prayer. We all need this. Then Friday and Saturday we gather at Bruceville-Eddy for the 28th Mayfest. This may the last time it can be held on that property like it is. The highway department is planning major changes along Int. 35. Now that we learned the U S killed Osama bin Laden, we hope the world will be a safer place. New media says not to let our front down yet.
Here’s some things our crew is working on for the rest of the month. We met with our new U. S. representative Bill Flores about his hopes of making our Mammoth site part of the National Parks Service. His office is a new subscriber both here and in Washington.
We’re working on a special edition to welcome the new Supt. of Moody ISD and we hope by May 15 when they welcome him and his family we will know who will be the new High School principal and Athletic Director.
We keep thanking our regular advertisers and new one likes Portraits Innovations for Mothers Day. The Waco Hilton will have a mother’s day special at the Brazos Café.
We don’t expect a big political run this time around because we only have two contested races in Waco.
There are many big events on the calendar coming up that will bring a lot of visitors to our city.
Thanks to our great crew, we’re holding our own now and growing.
We met with Rep. Bill Flores about the Mammonth site being part of the National Park Service.
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- How I met Heloise 4-28-2011
- Good things happening!