Mostly True Memoirs
IT’S SPRINGTIME IN NORTH TEXAS
It’s springtime in North Texas
Bluebonnets are blooming everywhere.
They are spectacular.
People are posing with the flowers and posting pics.
The images are lovely.
But I don’t get it.
How can people traipse into the middle of a field and not get eaten alive by fire ants?
Just the other day I was at the park, and I counted 25 ant hills from where I was standing.
Which means, of course, that there must be thousands of ant hills beyond that spot.
Don’t other people get bitten?
The bluebonnets are spectacular.
But I’m keeping my feet on the pavement.