Proverbial truisms typically go unchallenged, but an expression dating back to the sixteenth century has gone by the boards when its application is directed toward men’s footwear.
It is a near certainty that Texans will be allowed to carry handguns without a license in the near future as House Bill 1927 passed both chambers and heads to a conference committee to hash out amendments added in the Senate version.
My friend, my significant other, my “old man boyfriend,” has lost his cap. It is no small, insignificant situation … as I realized tonight when he prayed before dinner “… and Father help us to find things we have lost.” I laughed. “We” were not amused.
It has been said of me throughout my adult life—perhaps also true of years unfolding soon after infancy--that my “antenna” has been on “24/7” alert for good deals.
Transparency bills are moving forward in the Texas Legislature with bipartisan support to promote open government and correct public information access problems that arose amid the COVID-19 pandemic.