Monday, August 23, 2010

Terrell, Texas Monday Morning Mashup

Summer vacation will be ending this week as many school districts head back to school. For me it means a longer trip to work through school zones.

The Tigers scrimmaged against Sulphur Springs Friday night. Terrell will have to be ready for the opener at Kaufman this Friday. Kaufman is ranked #10 in the 2A/3A Dallas Morning News rankings. Terrell is a 4A school and picked to finish in the second half of their district. Check Terrell Daily Photo on Facebook for over 50 pictures from the Sulphur Springs scrimmage. Make sure you hit the "like" button while there.





Don has a profile of the new Tigers broadcast team. KPYK AM 1570 broadcasts all Tiger football games. Be sure to check out his story on the Tribune website. The Tribune is published every Thursday and Sunday, pick up a copy at your favorite store.

Brian and I went to Books and Crannies yesterday to see The Vagabond Players perform Neil Simon's "Barefoot in the Park" It was their final performance and it was sold out, but Gayle Harris, owner of Books and Crannies said she would find us two seats. The players did a super job. Hats off to Director Ron Harris and the cast Mitch and Jamie Keeler, Darlene and Wayne Higgins and Mark Reynolds. It was my first play in years. I look forward to their next production.

I also added a small album on Facebook from the Taste of Terrell. If you missed Saturdays post, the Taste of Terrell was great. Lots of food to eat!

10 comments:

Olivier said...

belle position du QB, je suis impatient que la saison commen├že.

Halcyon said...

My commute is also going to be longer with the school back in session. I don't know why, but it creates more traffic on I-55.

Rambling Round said...

Looking forward to your football pix!

B SQUARED said...

Our schools start today. Too hot to study but not too hot for some football.

Small City Scenes said...

Neat pics Jim. the colors are so bright. Do you go right down on the field to get these? MB

Kate said...

I think that I'd rather watch high school football this year to rid my memory of the Favre saga that continues here in Minnesota. What a soap opera!!

SRQ said...

Ugh. Too hot for school and football. I don't know how they practice in that heat.

brian stout said...

Nice shots, the colors are so vibrant in the sunlight!

Kris said...

PASS!

Lynette said...

Yes, Jim, I saw Kyle Busch make racing history, right here in front of my TV up here in Portland, Oregon.

Once again your football photos are brilliant, Jim. So are the Taste of Terrell pix. And I think it's so great that you got to see the sold-out play at Books and Crannies.