Posts Tagged: Texas

Texas State Parks

I have created an interactive spreadsheet for all of the Texas State Parks.  I am updating it often, so check back for the latest version so check back often. You can access it by clicking below:

ALERT: Today Is The Most Important Day of Your Life!

My title sounds great, but I don’t believe it.  But if you talk to our school administrators and politicians they think today is the most important day of your student’s life.  Why? Because today we take some STAAR tests at my school beginning today.  Four hours where you are to prove your worth as a […]

Don’t Mess With Old Ladies! You Have Got to See This!

This guy is leaving a voicemail for his boss when he witnesses a minor traffic accident. Not fake actually happen. In late February, several stations broadcast interviews with a man named Michael Childs, who said that he was the one who left the voicemail message, that the clip was genuine, and that the accident described […]

A Waste of Time

When I was a kid I never liked to do anything that wasn’t “fun” and my students are no different.  But I also didn’t like feeling  as if I was wasting my time, doing something that had no real meaning.  Okay I did watch Gilligan’s Island, but come on, who didn’t back in the seventies? […]

Spring Break Day One

          We got on the road this morning headed for Lake Brownwood for some camping.  We didn’t get left until around noon, but we did make it in time to arrive at Brownwood before 5, which was when the park closed.  The trip was interesting, I had some issues with my […]

Merry Christmas To You!

Dear Friends and Family, I am writing this the weekend I heard about the shootings inConnecticutso am writing with a heavy heart.  I have not been as affected by anything since 9-11.  The evil with which this man acted is beyond my ability to comprehend.  I have been talking with my students at church and […]

Guadalupe River Park

Here are some of the photos I took last week at Guadalupe State Park.  I went to a training seminar and decided to take my wife and daughter along, so we went camping.  The park is beautiful, check it out.  

Texas Humanities is Awesome!

                I spent today at the Witte Museum in San Antonio, Texas.  Which I think is our best city in Texas.  I love San Antonio!  I was there to attend a workshop put on my Texas Humanities.  They are an incredible organization that is funded by tax payer […]