AUSTIN — Testing, sanitizing and emergency food benefits increased as Texas entered its third month of fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Pittsburg Library serves the needs of our community in good times and bad. We are reshaping how we do business, so that we can help you do yours. We are open and things are a little different. Curbside services still available by calling (903)856-3302 or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Online library resources are available at www.pittsburglibrary.org. Storytime is on Thursdays at 4:00 on Facebook Live. The Library will be closed Monday, May 25th to observe Memorial Day. Please return all materials through the book drop. Call (903)856-3302 and leave your account number, name, and title of items to be renewed or reserved. Have a safe Holiday!
Saying “thank you” is a fundamental act that many of us were taught from a very early age. Most of us have also worked at engraining that response into our own children, as well.
Two weeks ago, I had one cat. His name is Moose, and he’s a giant. To put it in perspective, average indoor cats are between 12 and 16 pounds. Moose weighs 22 pounds. He has been a giant pain in the butt and a giant joy in our lives. Since we are so head over heels for Moose and because cats are great tiny home pets, we decided to get another.
Cats are forever hungry, always begging for more and more; they cry to be let out to chase lizards, birds and other things, then eat them while you’re watching, right in front of your very front door.