When you reach the ripe old age of 50 something, you come to understand that daily life is the very foundation of happiness.  As a child my father was a minister and we lived in multiple cities.  My roots have always been here in Grayson county and when i got to move back as a teen in the mid 70s i knew that i was forever home in the Red River Valley.  Things are a little less crazy here and folks take the time to speak or wave when you pass them. The kids here have such great opportunities for a good education and growing up in a part of Texas that represents not only a vast and colorfull history but a bright and growing future.  My dad's family came to Sherman Texas in 1885 and most all of my ancestors are buried here in our local cemetaries. This is the kind of place where people have know each other for decades and have happy memories. One of the greatest parts of having a life in this area is even if you just got here, folks make you feel that your a part of the community and welcome you make your own history here.

It seems that families are leaving the hectic life of the metroplex and migrating this way in greater numbers every year.

Let me know if you have questions about our little piece of heaven up here. I'd love to hear from you anytime!