Assurance that “man does not live by bread alone” is provided in Matthew 4:4 of the Good Book.
In 1835, James F. Perry, the brother-in-law of Stephen F. Austin and one of the more successful planters in Austin’s Colony, signed a promissory note to James W. Fannin in the amount of $1,973.34.
A few weeks ago, I wrote a few words about my two boys, Chuck, Larry and me having some very unusual and pleasurable battles with our two-spotted friends/redfish. Because of limited space, there was an issue that was not included. It’s had me sitting on a grass burr patch in my right hip poc…
When the decision was made to end the space shuttle program, the immediate question became how NASA would continue to explore the universe and what role humans would have in that exploration.