Something about a damp, drizzly, cold, wet day in the woods makes me feel not depressed, but content. Thick, lush, untamed undergrowth, dark gray skies slashed with tall spare pines, a hundred shades of green jumbled and competing, with little… Read More ›
Fine Dining in the Oil Field: Panchito’s Burritos
I’ve been traveling to west Texas quite a bit, for my job, and often head straight to the field from the airport. Last year, a friend showed me a hole-in-the-wall burrito shop, Panchito’s Burritos, located in Odessa, Texas. You can… Read More ›
Art History, or how cats make any painting better.
Art is one of those classes where students either love it or hate it. Like gym and music, for some students it’s the break of the day. For others, it’s the class to suffer through. As an art teacher, I… Read More ›