OKAY BY ME

It’s okay. OK. A-o.k. Okeydokey. O period K period. From the Scottish dialect och aye. According to trusty Webster. Which means “ah yes” or “oh yes.” And Gaelic och (“ah, oh”). OK became an American colloquialism. First known usage was March 23, 1839. By C. G. Greene. An editor at the Boston Morning Post newspaper. […]

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WHAT’S NEW

2018. Twenty-eighteen. Two thousand eighteen. However you say it. It’s here. Welcome. Heaven knows what we’re in for this year. Two things are for sure. So they say. Death and taxes. But in that order? Hopefully there’s good things too. Like rain. Abundance. Prosperity. Good health. Hard work. A hearty appetite. A warm bed. Less […]

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CLEAN SLATE

This is it. The last of 2017. And so it goes. Time. Going, going, gone. December 31, 2017. Sunday. At midnight. Ring out the old, bring in the new. Horns blow. Confetti rains down. Balloons float in the air. Bells ring. The champagne flows. Kisses and hugs. Laugh and smile. Usher out the old. Welcome […]

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HAVE A GOOD TIME

Time. It passes. It flies. It stops still. (Or seems to.) Or it marches on. Time heals all. Give it time. Just in the nick of time. Tap your foot and keep time. We take time to make clocks. And watches. And stopwatches. So we can measure time. Or watch the clock. Inevitably time passes. […]

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ONE SPOKE OF THE WHEEL

The square is the hub of Mason. The third major spoke runs northwest. With lots and lots to discover on both sides of the road. Travel northwest out Highway 87 (and Highway 29). KHLB Radio. Lone Star Laundry. Valero Nu-Way. Studio 310 B&B. Mason Thrift Store. Mason Re-Sale Barn. Country Collectibles. Cherokee Rose. Capital Farm […]

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