It is nice that this old black-and-white movie, It’s a Wonderful Life, is still a treasure [A Wonderful Flick, Currents, December 2021]. I bet it will be for another 75 years.
Stephanie Riggin, Bluebonnet EC | Lockhart
Looking Out for Bison
I was born in the Ozarks at Evening Shade, Arkansas, but I got here as quickly as I could. I married a native Texas girl 20 years ago.
I am a true Texas history buff and love your monthly stories. I had never heardof the Texas State Bison Herd [Last of Their Kind, November 2021]. Please keep the stories coming.
J.D. Perkins III, Bluebonnet EC | Red Rock
What one animal said to another [Safe Passage, November 2021]: “Oh, let’s don’t cross here. Let’s go down to the land bridge, which is 5 miles south of here. It’s much safer.”
John Perrin | Via Facebook
My husband and I are winter Texans. Your magazine teaches us about our winter home state and provides us with travel ideas while we are there.
Merlene S. DeZur, NEC Co-op Energy | Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Carpe Diem, Mom [December 2021] so aptly expressed Babs Rodriguez’s feelings in a clear and fun way. It also demonstrated her love of her parents and family, which is always nice to hear.
Greg Sethness, Central Texas EC | Sunrise Beach
True to Her Word
I live in the Maverick community [Biography of a Word, November 2021]. My house is near the old Maverick School, which I love to photograph. A roadside marker dedicated to Maverick is nearby. And, yes, I am a maverick.
Sherry York | Via Facebook