Aug 24, 12
By Kelly Bogard
Ah yes, it’s that time of year. The house gets a little quieter as the kids leave to fill the hallways of their schools with excitement for a new school year.
My little Butters isn’t quite old enough for “big kid” school yet, but that doesn’t stop her from talking about it. In fact, she is planning on going from preschool into high school and working on her college degree by the age of 7 or 8. She’s three and has a very active imagination! As a mom, I want to help her become everything she can. I can’t read the books for her or finish her math homework, but I can give her the nourishment she needs to make her brain strong so she will be ready for school when it is her time.
Apr 26, 11
By Nathan Smith
Baseball season is in full swing and with it comes one of my favorite aspects of the game–roasted peanuts! I thoroughly enjoy sitting in the Ballpark in Arlington watching the Rangers throw down on the Yankees, but what is any baseball game without this major league snack?
The Lone Star State is the second largest peanut producer in the nation, behind Georgia. Last year, Texas peanut farmers produced enough peanuts to make 533 million jars of peanut butter.