Golfers talk about rakes. Should they be placed in or outside the bunker? Should they be made of metal, plastic, wood or some combination? Why are they always positioned most inconveniently from where I need them?
Sunday evening Polly and I fished the North Jetty Boat Cut area on the channel side and found some good action, but surprisingly not what we were expecting.
One of the mantras in our colleges and universities — and maybe in advanced high school classes, too — is that we must teach students to think critically.
The video tape player, an ancient thing, had been repaired and put in good order within the last year or two, so I popped the tape in and sat back to watch and recall the story.
Photo by Stacy Canion
A jogger runs on the lakeside trail at College of the Mainland in Texas City. According to recent studies, exercise not only helps to keep you in shape it also improves brain function.
Photo by Jennifer Reynolds
Antoinette Swinnea, right, teaches Claudia Maveety, clockwise from left, Paula Townley, Jeannette Sama and Carol Jean Hebert how to play Mah Jongg at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Texas Medical Branch. Dr. James S. Goodwin, director of the Sealy Center on Aging, says social interactions help keep the brain engaged and makes people happy, which is an important part of aging well.