Monday, November 29, 2010

Terrell, Texas Monday Morning Mashup

Todays picture is from a few days ago when the cold front was moving in. Its a reflection of Moore Ave. in the window of American National Bank. Processed just a wee bit.

It's Monday, back to work for most people.  I have been fighting the flu/cold since Thanksgiving, hopefully I am getting over it.

The Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving day was fun.  I always check the results, looking for other runners from Terrell.  Usually its just Brian and me.  I was happy to see 9 runners in the 5k and 7 taking up the 8 mile run.  Complete results can be found here

Why is soccer called a spring sport when practice starts today for the Tigers?  Since all schools do not field soccer teams, the alignment is different than other sports.  Terrell boys and girls teams will be in 23-4A along with Kaufman, Crandall, Forney, North Forney, Mesquite Poteet, West Mesquite. 

Both boys and girls basketball teams are in action Tuesday night.  The girls travel to Waxahachie, while the boys host Waxahachie.  Tipoff for the boys varsity is 8:00 PM at the complex.  

I added an album on the Facebook page and on ihigh.com from the girls game against Poteet.  

Thursday night is opening night of "A Christmas Carol" by the Vagabond Players.  The play continues on Friday and Saturday at 7:30 and Sunday at 2:00.  Contact Books and Crannies for more information and tickets.  I am going to the Thursday night performance. 

5 comments:

Olivier said...

belle tonalite, on croirait une peinture

Halcyon said...

We keep getting cold fronts, then warm fronts... cold, warm, cold, warm. I hardly know what to wear anymore! Today's high is supposed to be 69.

I also found out this weekend that my great-great-grandmother used to live in Terrell! Small world.

Kate said...

Photo looks like Americana! Typing with two hands now. Yippee!Getting a new Mac soon and as soon as I can operate my camera I'll be back in business!

brian stout said...

i like the post-processing... looks cool

Lynette said...

Totally cool, Jim, how you got this photo and the processing is spot on. I've also enjoyed catching up with the rest of your posts. Hope you're feeling much, much better. How'd the Tigers do in Red Oak?