A Quick Lesson In How To Handle Good News From Pampa, TX
Before you fire your lips at the hip because you have a chronic case of hotheaded know-it-all that you can’t wait to show off online, think twice. Recently, I and a few other people were reminded of how beautification projects work in a city.
It was a quick lesson on how to handle good news, Care of Pampa, TX.
Murals are spreading like that zombie-producing disease you see on TV
They are absolutely everywhere. A city gets one, so the neighbors think they need one too. All this to keep up with the Jones is good for painters, artists, paint makers and people who like art…like you and me.
Something that tickles me rosier than Porky the Pig’s butt is when two kinds of art come together to enrich our lives. Enter the Pampafest.
For the uninitiated, Pampafest is a music festival celebrating all that Pampa and great music has to offer.
Follow this link and check out this year’s lineup. It’s crazy.
The best part is that it is used to raise funds. What are you collecting donations for?
Check this out.
Let the naysayers start saying no…saying…
In the comments, someone brought up the fact that a beautification project is already in the works to replace sidewalks and get new streetlights. That’s true, but these are projects run by other organizations.
This is where the lesson comes in.
When it comes to things like beautifying a city, it seems that different organizations will address different needs. While Pampafest’s website mentions some of these projects, they are projects run by different entities. Pampafest only helps to raise money.
Now they’re helping to finish this mural. Which a lot of people seem really excited about. Murals are awesome, okay? Keep up with the times. Murals are great. Tourists love to take photos in front of them. I’ll probably write a story about it, so it’s job security for me.
It’s a win-win-win situation for everyone.
Congratulations on the mural, Pampa. And congratulations on this insane lineup for this year’s festival. Hopefully I can do it this year.
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