Folks like the Horns (Jeannie and Arthur) and the other volunteers are God-sent to touch people’s lives and give them a hand up. It is so easy to let this part of our community stay invisible, tucked away on the back streets and alleys. Imagine the courage it takes to be in that room on one of those nights, and admit to all that you are a flawed human being and that you are asking both God and neighbor for help.
ove, love, love your magazine. It’s a lot cheaper than smoking and without the mess, no odor and best of all it comes to you. No jumping in the car trying to find a place open at night.
We were so excited to learn that we will again receive your wonderful magazine. Texas Monthly does not even compare!
The vintage postcard on the cover of the August issue has a reference to your magazine (“Home of Texoma Living! Monthly”) so did you modify an actual postcard from the fifties? What is the origin of the artwork?
What a surprise to see the story on bootlegger and escaped convict Thompson who lived in Grayson County as Richard Pressley. Your heritage stories (good and not so good parts of our past) keep me glued to the pages! Writer Willie Jacobs’ past as a newspaper police reporter of the old school shines through in these articles. I hope you will ask him to keep writing for you.
I always enjoy reading Master Gardener Jessie Gunn Stephens’ articles on Texas flowers. Who takes the photos that accompany the stories?
Linda Sue Johnson
Over the past few weeks our family has tried every one of the recommendations from your BBQ Joints, Shacks & Stands article. All have something special to like and two were new to us altogether. How about taking on something different like chicken fried steak, hamburgers (again), and other kind of traditional comfort food? Texoma Living! is a treat that can’t be beat.
Reading the May/June issue I was delighted to hear that the magazine has been saved! Continue the great work you do and don’t give up, ever. Fans like me wait anxiously for each and every issue. Who doesn’t love this magazine?
Probably no other part of your magazine is as enjoyable as the food articles. Those big, colorful pictures are every bit as good as what you will see in Gourmet or Bon Appetit magazines.
Your story about Cliff Prescott’s luxury towel business was pure inspiration! I have been an inventor of sorts for years and seeing what Prescott has done has me motivated again.