Up to age eleven my most desired Christmas gifts were things with batteries. Anything that beeped, buzzed, whirred, or made noise was at the top of my wish list. But that eleventh Christmas introduced a new kind of gift—something that would spur my... Read More
This article appeared in the Fall 2009 issue of Texoma Living! Magazine. By Elaine Pendergrass Most of my fondest, and funniest, Christmas memories involve my mother, Norma. Though we were not wealthy by the traditional standard, we were rich in loving... Read More
You might expect to see this mostly monochromatic look in a New York City penthouse, but it seems the glitz and glamour style of the 30s and 40s may be due for a return this next year to homes, much closer to home. Every season the fashion and color... Read More
Three people, there memories of their best Christmas ever. Kay Skelton, Michelle Lemming, and Elaine Pendergrass recall their Best Christmas and share it with our readers. We thought you might enjoy knowing a little bit more about each of these very active community leaders who give a lot of their time and energy to community work.
For most of us, Christmas is very much about tradition. There is comfort and security in familiar things. As it is for Christmas trees and family Christmas rituals, so it often is for Christmas dinner. In Texas, the Christmas repast is often a repeat... Read More