February is African American History Month; twenty-eight days dedicated to the importance that African Americans played in the history of our country. It seems fitting, then, to use this week’s Super Rush Delivery Dallas blog as a platform to highlight an African American who played an important part in US history. We all remember the story of Rosa Parks, the woman who refused to sit in the back of the bus. There is much more to her story, though, than just that bus ride. Since it would take days to recount all the influence Parks had on America, instead we’ll give you the condensed version. The 45 Minute Delivery Dallas brief overview of the great life of Civil Rights activist Rosa Parks.
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Shoot. That sinking feeling just came to me. Anxiety levels are now at an all-time high. Why? I forgot about Father’s Day! Thankfully, if you made the same mistake, you still have a few days to make up for the fact that you’re a chronic procrastinator and rely on your phone calendar to remind you to eat breakfast in the morning. Don’t sweat it; our Super Rush Dallas Couriers are here to save the day, as usual.
The weather is heating up, and the unofficial start to the summer is just around the corner. For the Super Rush Deliveries Dallas team and the rest of North Texans, that means it’s time to hit the lake! There are easily a dozen lakes in the Dallas Fort Worth area that make our brutal summers just a little more bearable. Just last week I was visiting a family member who lives near Lewisville Lake, one of the largest lakes in North Texas. We were enjoying the beautiful sunshine when we heard the blaring sirens of an emergency vehicle. All of a sudden, the Lewisville Dive Rescue unit sped by. My heart stopped. There are only a few reasons why the fire department deploys the dive unit, and none of them are pleasant.
There’s a little bit of “crazy” in the air. Can you feel it? It’s not the 83-degree weather we experienced this week (immediately followed by a return of frigid temps). That’s pretty crazy. But, no, this is…madness…March Madness, to be specific. Go ahead, ask our Dallas STAT Deliveries team exactly what makes March so full of madness. They will tell you what any red-blooded American will tell you, it’s NCAA Division 1 basketball.
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.