An ax-swinging fiend that had terrorized the Texas capital for weeks struck again on the night of May 5, 1885 leaving a mother’s dead body for her young children to find.
Columns & Opinions
We are all fed up with being stuck at home, unable to visit and socialize; unable to work. When will it end? While recent data points to the virus peaking and the number of cases and the number of deaths nationwide beginning to decrease, it is still a very high peak! There are still a very large number of cases. And the peak will arrive and pass at different times in different places. There are very few cases in Bosque County and we’d all prefer to see it stay that way. Unfortunately, until there is a treatment the only thing that has proven effective is social distancing, staying at home.
II’ll be fervently wishing for sweater weather come August, but this morning,
It was one of those Texas days that started in the low 40s and rapidly spiked to the mid 80s by the afternoon. I was enjoying the view of the early blue bonnets along Highway 22 and reflecting on how much things had changed in the last few and long weeks.
Lately, the majority of weekly columns and comic strips I produce are Covid-19 related. Columns may be informative, but cartoons are comic relief. It’s been difficult to think of other things. The situation keeps changing, so there’s always something new to write or draw.