On deck is Candidates Night. This Thursday Club House. The place will be packed so don’t wait until the last minute. This event is sponsored by the Civic Club and will be moderated by Pam House and timed by Helle Brown. See you there.
I know everyone is ready for the Council meeting tomorrow night. Look at it like free entertainment!
The new clothing resale place behind the Park-and-Sell sounds like a hit. I Spy is getting some good reviews so far.
Carlo’s mother-in-law, Joanna’s mom passed yesterday. Please keep the family in your thoughts and prayers.
And the latest Miss Val update is that she is still in intensive care. The last surgery had complications. Say a little prayer for them too please.
For any of you new comers out there April 21st is Texas Independence Day. They always put on a show over at the San Jacinto Monument Battleground. If you have never been it’s quite a sight.
Seabrook’s Rotary Club is having their second annual Gumbo Geaux Geaux this Saturday, April 21, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Clear Lake Park’s Landolt Pavilion at 5001 NASA Parkway near Seabrook. Want in? Call Tim Trahan, 713-203-0685. Vendors call Lisa Cook at 713-885-1748. To buy tickets online, go to www.SeabrookRotary.org and click on Gumbo Geaux Geaux under Club Events. Admission is $10 for adults and includes gumbo tasting and a free raffle entry. Children under 10 get in free.
Looks like Shuttle Discovery is leaving the Cape tomorrow. The good folks in D.C. will get a flyover with her strapped to the back of the 747. I keep pinging the Space Center Houston folks for news on Explorer. And will post it when I get it.
Did I mention some dirt bag called the company I work for and filed an ethics complaint again? Can you imagine ?
To the optimist, the glass is half-full. To the pessimist, the glass is half-empty. To the engineer, the glass is twice as big as it needs to be.