Brenda Cannon Henley's archive

Not being a student of German and not certain exactly what a schnitzel is, I was a little apprehensive about eating a meal in a totally German restaurant. I had been told that the restaurant that has been open just about a year was small and not very inviting looking on the outside, but when we arrived, I was a bit dismayed. Knowing I needed to go inside, order the food, and eat a meal to write truthfully, I chided myself for my thinking and went inside. Boy, am I glad I did. Appearances can be deceiving, and I found that to be true once again.

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Regular readers know that I try to write about things about which we all have a mutual interest. Recently I have been writing about the wonderful state of Texas and her majestic beauties. I love this place and have called it home now for over a decade.

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After writing about Texas, the Lone Star State, for two weeks now, I have received some delightful pieces of information about the state I call home. Ted and I also took a few days off and toured the beautiful Hill Country of Texas. All of the locals we spoke to in Burnet, Marble Falls, around lakes LBJ, Inks and Buchanan, in Llano, Leander, Mason County, and at Enchanted Rock assured us that the bluebonnets were the prettiest they had been in over a decade.

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After writing my original article about the state I call home and dearly love, I received a good many comments from those who love her in like manner. Some shared clippings, other writings, lists of things, and their own words about the great state of Texas. I enjoyed reading every one of them and share a kindred spirit with so many who wrote. I’ve also had the opportunity of meeting some real “Texas characters,” and believe me, when I say we have our share of those, too.

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Superheroes have been around a long time and everyone seems to love them, according to Mark Stancil, founder of Terminus Media in Atlanta, Ga.

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