The sun went down and the lights over the study tables came to life. They both looked up at the same time and their eyes locked. “I can’t believe it’s dark out already,” she said with a partially stifled yawn.
“The light makes your eyes dance,” he said with a shy smile. She blushed.
That was 2 years ago….the day they first met. Today they’re back at the library to take their engagement photos.
Submitted by Tre Colvin on Wed, 01/15/2014 - 8:36am
The Frisco Public Library is hosting Kevin Klaus from the Texas General Land Office at 2pm-3:30 pm on Saturday, January 25, in the McCallum Room for a presentation on the genealogy resources and archive collections held by the state.
Established in 1837, the Archives at the Texas General Land Office consist of records dating back to 1720 along with approximately 80,000 maps serving as a repository of land history in Texas. These important primary resources are fertile research for archeologists, genealogists, historians, and students.
If your New Year (or mid-year) resolutions include improving your business or upgrading your job skills, Frisco Library has some little-known treasures to help you take care of business -- whatever your business might be and whenever you are ready work.