Pronounced (ya-no), it means a treeless, grassy plain. Quemado [keˈmaðo]) is Spanish for burnt. Glenn joked it meant no more burnt. Back before overgrazing, there was a variety of grass called blue grama. There still is, just not as much.
There were brothers Max, Paul, David, Glenn, Isaac, Wayne, Rodger, and Lilo. All herded sheep, at one time. Isaac told me the story about a man with goat hooves who lived in the mountains. People called him Goatboy
I never knew when Isaac was pulling my leg, and don't know why this story was particularly believable. All these men perpetuated, in me, the belief that this was indeed the land of enchantment.
Another Round of Therapy at St. Augustine's
I just completed a three session course before Easter as a volunteer. They apply concepts they are learning, to practice. St. Augustine University is located at 5401 La Crosse Ave. in South Austin.
The students are creative, sincere, and diligent in their efforts. Each time there are always students who make me laugh. (It's worth it just for that.) I have something to look forward to that is beneficial to me and to students.
For these 1 hour sessions, I'm back in the classroom, again. I share with them different protocols I do that have helped me adjust to my hemiplegia, and they offer suggestions. They also provide a detailed exercise regimen, as well as useful products I can purchase.
So, my hat goes off to the latest crew: Katie, Trisha, Rebecca, and Christienne Parten, their professor.