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14. John 10:10-11 The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full. “I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep.

Working hard, people. I am reinventing old possibilities and adding a spit shine. Re-organization brings on new pains but greater yield. 

I just signed on a new CIO. Things are about to change direction in a big data way. Hopefully, said changes will be able to carry a whole new community of American business owners/module-ized manufacturers.  China said they are ready to invest in America the way America invested in China.  It is time to shine. 

Mission Statement:

A foundation for business growth on a community platform as a web app/IoT solutions incubator.


My name is Barbara Johnson. I am currently in a re-organization phase before the next Spiral Methodology that will more than likely morph into a classic Waterfall (Sub-methodology for re-organization) before sliding into a current world Agile/Scrum method. The for-profit endeavor will be run as a catch-all for anything not exclusively listed as not-for-profit. Please check for updates regarding online access to the corporate entity.


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This is request for Art to fill in as guest editor while I wrassle my corporation out of R&D. He knows all the great places to eat, service people, and plays a mean bluesy bass.

Lunch And Learn Program: Noon-1 p.m., Marion Community Library, 500 Bulldog Lane in Marion. Bring a lunch and join the program on “Daylilies” by Pat Schultze. Everyone is welcome. Free. For more information, call 830-303-3889. 

Craft Cart Story Time: 4:30-5:30 p.m., Universal City Public Library, 100 Northview Drive. Hear a story and create a masterpiece using the library’s craft supply cart. Free event suitable for children and their families. Craft Cart Story Times set for every Wednesday at 4:30 p.m.

PTSD Warrior Support Group 6:30 p.m., Cibolo Grange Hall, 413 N. Main St., Cibolo. Dinner included. Contact: 210-390-8002.

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That’s a tricky one.  

How does one cannon-ize the forsaken?  

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Wednesday’s @ 10:30am and 6:15pm
Saturday’s @ 10am

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Women's Talking CircleThe Women’s Talking Circle is a safe space for “women identified” people to come together and share their stories, find support and connect with others. The discussion evolves organically and is dependent on the needs of each particular group. We meet in the Corazon space next to The Movement Gallery every other Tuesday.  Click here for more information.

When: Tue., May 23, 6-8 p.m.
Phone: (210) 299-2666
Email: movementgallery210@gmail.com
Price: Free
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 jazz and Poetry With  A Purpose at Carmens  De Calle 

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Thirteen hot poets & a live jazz band, mix with a world class vibe and delicious food. This all happens at Jazz and Poetry with a Purpose where we spread the message with an overall theme and consciousness. The theme for January 2016 “Keeping the dream alive in a new season.”

As we reflect on resolutions how do we revitalize the plans we’ve made for ourselves? Also some of you may want to pay tribute to Dr. MLK JR. Put it in a poem people, and let the dreams flow.

Doors open at 7pm. $10 Cash cover for all nonperforming patrons. Free for performance poets. Live music begins at 8p and poetry starts at 8:15p. Ages 16 and up welcome. Be mindful there are alcoholic beverages served on the premises and amazing food cooked up by Chef Zag. 

Carmen and Vocab are waiting to see you!!

SAN ANTONIO – Nothing explains the Texan identity quite like the Texas Folklife Festival. Through its three days, visitors can experience for themselves what it means to be Texans. For a native Texan, it’s a reminder and for a visitor or first-time festival attendee, it’s an explanation.
Texans from around the state will gather at the UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures for the 45th annual Texas Folklife Festival, June 10 to 12, to celebrate their heritage and pass along their culture to the next generation. more…