Maybe it was because Mother Nature was giving North Texas a break while other parts of the country were shivering in late snowstorms and recovering from earthquakes, but the sun was actually shining and people were walking their kids in strollers and pooches on leashes. Why, there were even signs of spring-like growth!
Today’s bad news was a minimum as North Texans settled into the new world normal of shelter-in-place.
Actually, it wasn’t all so bad. Unlike the World War II blitz when London nightly was destroyed and the Vietnam era when young men waited to have their numbers in raffles for military service, North Texas residents and business rallied up. Okay, so there were some that were shaking under their sheets, but those who will be tomorrow’s leadership were standing firm.
As for the changes, it was a painful few… still it was hurtful, including:
- Klyde Warren Park‘s Memorial Day Music Fest scheduled for Sunday, May 24
- Texas Women’s Foundation‘s Leadership Forum and Awards Reception (formerly known as Dinner) at the Hilton Anatole is rescheduled for Monday, September 28