Hi, I’m Dusty, welcome to this “About Me” page. I live in Haskell, Texas, with my family.
A little about me: I’m a Native Texan born in Beaumont, a 60-something father of four, married to my wife Kathy for over 40 years. I love most kinds of music, especially the Blues and Classic Rock, and am a certified nut when it comes to trains – I enjoy riding trains, watching trains, reading about trains. I’m also a huge classic movie fan. I really enjoy cooking, swapping recipes, and sharing a meal with friends. I especially enjoy that first sip of good coffee in the morning, or a sip of Bourbon before going to bed in the evening.
I’m currently working as the Editor, Reporter, and Office Manager of the Haskell Star, a weekly newspaper with a little over 1300 subscribers. I cover all the local city council and county commissioners meetings, hospital and school boards, and other important community functions. I also really enjoy writing a weekly column, and coming up with a recipe to share with our readers – and honestly, I get more feedback about the recipes than anything else we do!
Thanks for stopping by, and for letting me share some thoughts with you. Please feel free to leave a comment or two.
Dusty I enjoy your facebook page and anything you write. God bless you.
Thank you. I hope you have a blessed and happy day.
dusty i would like to talk with you about an idea for your new assigment
DUSTY, LOOKING FOR AN EMAIL ADDRESS FOR YOU. I AM CURIOUS ABOUT WHAT YOU THINK OF THE BOOK OF ENOCH AS IT TALKS ABOUT ANGELS. DONT KNOW IF YOU WANT TO BRING THIS UP IN CLASS. IM JUST CURIOUS. CONRAD
Hi Conrad, I am aware of the Book of Enoch, and I know that it has some material about angels, but I don’t know a lot about it. I have a copy of it (I think), and could do a little research. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org, and I’m happy to talk about it with you, either in class or by email. Thanks for your friendship and your participation! Dusty
Dusty: I didn’t know you had an internet page like this. I stumbled on it searching for some historical information on Abilene. It is great of you to share your thoughts and stories. They are all interesting, but as a fellow train nut and model railroader, I especially like those related to trains, which you just don’t find all that often. Keep up the good work.
Thanks! I’m glad you enjoy sharing my blog. I appreciate your encouragement!