So long as you haven’t been living under a very large rock, you know that the Dallas skyline has been changing. From the Omni’s large presence and cool lighting to the beautiful Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, all Dallasites have a little something to celebrate.
I hate laundry. But I love making laundry lists. No, not a list to help me keep track of my laundry. A laundry list – as in a long, long list of things.
There is always a lot of hype about the Miss Universe pageant. I can’t imagine what it would be like to be crowned the queen of this universe. You’re likely gorgeous, talented and smart. Or at least let’s hope so.
In working for a Dallas courier company, I hear about driving all day long. I know the traffic ebb and flow thanks to our fabulous dispatchers. I hear about road construction, best gas prices, good driving snacks, best routes and much more.
Ever heard of James Joyce? Sheesh! People just don’t read good literature anymore. If you know who Joyce is, then please disregard the previous comment. If you don’t know who he is, then you need to read more! No offense.
Rules. Thank goodness for them. Thank goodness for traffic signs, stoplights, crossing guards, speed limits, flashing lights, railroad crossings, police, stop signs, traffic information signs – I could go on and on! As fast couriers in Dallas, we know a thing or two about safety on the road. We never, ever, ever, ever compromise safety for speed. Why? Not only are our lives precious, your deliveries are precious too.
It’s no secret that the economy is not in a good spot. And let’s be honest, it hasn’t been in a good spot for quite some time now. On one hand, it can be discouraging. There is a whole lot of doom and gloom out there about the future. But on the other, we have to remain positive. We are a resilient people, and as Americans we must pull together to bring our country back to life!
To be local or not to be local – that is the question!