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Tag Archives: Old Wive’s Tales
Thunder In January
East Texas Weather-Lore
East Texas- Thunder in January means more than rumbling in the sky to many East Texans. For many, many years East Texans have been predicting the weather by trying to make heads or tails of signs from Mother Nature. The state of the weather is often the first subject people discuss when they meet. If you are living in East Texas it is highly likely you have been hearing thunder that began yesterday evening on January 8. What does thunder in January mean? Continue reading
How Do Ya Like Them Apples? Horse apple trees, also known as Osage orange trees or Bois D’Arc trees, produce neither apples or oranges but rather a green brain-looking fruit. Horse apples are in the eye of the beholder according … Continue reading
Chicken Pox Cure- Some East Texans believe they know the cure for chicken pox.
Snake Myths, Superstitions, & Old Wives Tales- Superstition has always regarded snakes with fear and respect and some cultures have even credited the serpent with various supernatural powers. There are more myths, old wives tales and superstitions about snakes than any other animal. Superstition has produced a number of popular misconceptions regarding snakes over the past few centuries, which have given way to numerous myths and old wives tales that have been passed down from generation to generation. Continue reading
Attention Skywatchers- Tonight’s full moon will appear more colorful than usual as it creeps over the east-southeast horizon of East Texas. Tonight’s moon is actually a waning gibbous moon, as July’s full moon occurred last night, and will rise shortly … Continue reading
Moonshinin’ In the Pines
By Dana Goolsby
ETX- Moonshine is an unmistakable spirit known by names such as white lightning, hooch, and mountain dew. Moonshining is the unlicensed distillation of whiskey and has deep roots in the Deep South, dating back to long before the Nineteenth Century. The corn whiskey takes its romanticized name from the days when moonshine moved through the Pineywoods by the light of the moon.