Postcards make staying home fun
I totally love getting postcards. They are a sometimes trite communication: Having a great time. Wish you were here. ThatRead more.
A marvelous sojourn at the John C. Campbell Folkschool introduced Lucy to Artist Trading Cards. “ATC’s”, as our instructor (theRead more.
The Stars at Night …
Texicans are generally ornery folks, and they are especially possessive about their history. Icons of our heritage include ‘Country andRead more.
The Fagans were cowboys, one and all. It was their way of life. Khakis and Levis were the uniform ofRead more.
Under the Stars
Cowboy (and cowgirl) transportation was the horse. The story this card hints at is of the wild mustangs that roamedRead more.
To a Texan, having a Texas Ranger in your family is almost like being kin to John Wayne! It’s holy.Read more.
The epicenter of ranch life in this part of South Texas was Victoria, one of the larger towns in theRead more.
Texana Clark was only 16 when Peter left for the Civil War. She waited for him. They were married whenRead more.
Religion played an important part in the lives of these early Texicans. Irish Cathlics fit perfectly within the colonization schemeRead more.