Monthly Archives: November 2016

November 28, 2016

Touring Europe

Amazing how naïve and innocent we are in our early twenties. What could be more fun than taking high school juniors and seniors to Europe for six weeks in the summer? I guess I hadn’t learned anything from the St. Augustine trip. Back in those idyllic 70s, my husband and I corralled 7 students from […]

November 13, 2016

On the joys of finding a Password.

In my retirement, I have launched into a new business: Historic Tours of Texas (more about that in a later Blog) but I am now wading into the terrifying cold, deep waters of “SOCIAL MEDIA.” And I can’t do anything without the dreaded Password. And if, heaven forefend, I should forget a Password, the agency, […]