There are several very good insurance commercials on television these days.
I’m always on the outlook for anything ‘new’ to make my outdoor lifestyle more fun and enjoyable and through this column, I have the opportunity to pass along these tidbits of information.
What can be done when mere mortals are caught in the crossfire of “stuff-we-don’t-understand-at-all?” And what if our understanding better “fits” bygone days when basic transportation centered on riding horses or depending on them to pull conveyances? There wasn’t an awful lot to understand when either horses or wagons failed us.
While Gov. Gregg Abbott has lifted the statewide mandate to wear a mask in public and allowed all businesses to operate at full capacity, many businesses, schools and other entities say they will continue to require that masks be worn. Abbott issued the order last week, effective March 10.
I watched today as a mother gave her little boy his medication … probably for a cold or sinus infection. They were eating in a restaurant … social distancing … where he was being treated to a pile of French fries and “whatever he wanted.” She spooned the orange-colored liquid into his open mouth. He made a face. Then they high-fived and ordered ice cream.