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  • Healthy Maxx by DeAnn Melton 4/17/2013 2:27:16 PM
    We have made a change to Maxx's diet and he is responding beautifully. I was advised to add hay pellets to his diet because of his age. The thought is older horses will digest and get more nutrients if pellets are added. I personally didn't know if... more

  • Have You Seen My Book Project Yet? by Simon Halliday 4/15/2013 5:18:01 AM
    I've been running a 30 day campaign at the kickstarter website. There are only 10 days left as I write this and a long way to go, so please get involved if you can!... more

  • Meet Middle Grade Author Beth Overmyer by Cheryl Carpinello 4/3/2013 2:02:15 PM
    Carpinello's Writing Pages interviews Beth Overmyer, middle grade author of "In A Pickle." more

  • A Man who helps the Little People by David Ravenwood 3/30/2013 12:51:17 PM
    My wife and I met a wonderful man. He helps retiring teachers fill out their paperwork to send to the TRS here in Texas so they can finally call it quits after several decades in the classroom. His name is Dick Powell. He also is a retired teacher. W... more

  • Dressage Shows and Festival of Books by DeAnn Melton 3/28/2013 1:48:44 PM
    Ellen has gone to two dressage competitions since the last blog! Her dad presented her with roses for her first FEI ride which is a tradition. She received one qualifying score towards her silver medal and had hopes that in the second show she could ... more

  • Who can we depend on? by David Ravenwood 3/24/2013 12:10:23 PM
    Just when we think we can depend on some thing or someone, we get let down. That ever happen to you? The church I've attended for over 23 years is changing. The people in charge make decisions that don't seem to follow common sense--at least it seems... more

  • Don't Let North Korea Kill Us by David Ravenwood 3/18/2013 9:46:58 AM
    Can you believe North Korea? We have had several presidents who said we would not tolerate a nuclear NK. But now, that's what we've got. I can't believe they would actually use it in an unprovoked attack--against the U.S. or any other country. They n... more

  • Sir Licksalot on Facebook by D.L. Carroll 3/17/2013 9:30:33 AM
    Keep up with the Sir Licksalot Series...... more

  • Paperback/eBooks by Hank J. LeGrand 3/4/2013 5:18:55 AM
    My children/young adult books are available at Amazon.... more

  • $1.99 price still valid by D.L. Carroll 3/2/2013 7:10:05 PM
    Sir Licksalot Children's e-books... more

  • Leaders Acting Like Little Kids by David Ravenwood 3/2/2013 11:25:24 AM
    This sequestration business is getting embarrassing. Mindless across-the-board spending cuts will hurt us all. I'm afraid I'm going to meet someone from overseas one day who will say, "Oh, you're from that third rate country that pays its leaders gob... more

  • Another good teacher driven from the profession. by David Ravenwood 2/23/2013 7:36:25 AM
    I have in mind an excellent teacher who is about to finish her 30th and last year in the classroom. Recently, she said she would stay for another 4-5 years if the working conditions weren't so bad. And it keeps getting worse every year. Here in Texas... more

  • Santa's Merry, Mary Christmas by Hank J. LeGrand 2/20/2013 3:46:43 PM
    Excerpt: Santa's Merry, Mary Christmas. ... more

  • Where are the Leaders who know how to Lead? by David Ravenwood 2/9/2013 12:36:58 PM
    We know all about abuse of power on a grand scale: Hitler, Nixon, Osama Bin Laden. But what about all those smaller, every day misuses of authority we endure? Too many managers, teachers, group leaders, etc. take care of themselves first. They don't ... more

  • Rick Perry's Pet Projects by David Ravenwood 2/2/2013 2:17:44 PM
    Shame on Texas Governor Rick Perry. For years he has said the Rainy Day fund should only be used as insurance against an economic downturn. But now he wants to take 3.7 billion dollars from this fund to use as a one-time investment in water and trans... more

  • Too Little Time on Earth by David Ravenwood 1/26/2013 11:40:22 AM
    How calloused can people get? I've never heard of a hit-and-run accident as bad as this. Six-year-old John Raidy was hit by a car at a buzy intersection in Grand Prairie, Texas. John's body flew onto the hood. Even then the driver didn't stop. They k... more

  • Paddle Tail's New Look.. by Hank J. LeGrand 1/26/2013 9:15:22 AM
    The new Printing/eBook.... more

  • Prix St. George Weekend by DeAnn Melton 1/21/2013 1:46:16 PM
    Friday we loaded Maxx,tack, and supplies and drove to the fairgrounds for the Winter Heat Show. Ellen was presented with roses after her first Prix St. George (FEI) test on Saturday morning!! Again I wish I could show off a photo. Maxx has taken her ... more

  • Too many Guns around our Children by David Ravenwood 1/12/2013 1:35:19 PM
    The NRA and other gun advovates position is beyond my comprehension. The USA has more murders where firearms were used than many other countries that have more strict gun contol laws. But these groups still want semi-automatic weapons with clips tha... more

  • Boots & Shadbelly by DeAnn Melton 1/8/2013 11:15:38 AM
    It is a go for Ellen and Maxx to perform Prix St. George for the January show. Along with difficulties in "making the moves" correctly Ellen needed a different type of coat called a Shadbelly and a different type of boot as well. She rode in her Shad... more

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