I met Becky and Linda about ten years ago. One of them lived in Pagosa Springs (about two hours from here) and I took a class they put on through our local quilting guild.
Category: Letters to the Editor
From the first time I got my hands on Texoma Living! I have loved it. And couldn’t wait for the next issue. (In fact I place it in the same league as Texas Highways and Texas Monthly.)
Spring ‘09, page 54, Double-Chocolate Fudge Cake. Quantity of ? cup unsweetened cocoa powder is missing.
Thank you so much for the photos of CASA of Grayson County’s Chocolate Indulgence event. It’s great to see our guests enjoying themselves and to be able to preserve it.
My father was the other half of the machine gun team with Leonard Riley. He has been gone since ‘86 and never spoke much about the day to day experiences he shared. The account of Mr. Riley’s military campaigns is the only record of my dad’s war experience. I now have an opportunity to share it with my children and grandson. Thanks again for your part in remembering these heroes.
Earth to Channel 12
I wanted you to know that I loved the article about Lisanne Anderson, she is so professional and yet relaxed.
Elephant in the Newsroom
Fans of Channel 12 who have watched Lisanne for eleven years were wondering why she disappeared so suddenly and with no follow up.
Channel 12 Bashing
Channel 12 (KXII-TV) has served this community for a long time and they do not deserve the treatment you gave them in your article about Lisanne Anderson.
She Said, We Said
Many people have ended up in situations similar to this and there is no need to make an issue of this one person (Lisanne Anderson).
We Get Letters
There seems to be quite a following for Texoma Living! in Fannin County, as we received many positive comments about your coverage.