Midland TX Homes.

I hope you all had a great weekend, Midland!  Things have been so busy here at the Underwood office, I’m surprised we still come in smiling and willing to work.  A few things this afternoon: first of all, Bravo to all of you who donated blood to Sgt. Brian Rackow’s account last Thursday at the United Blood Services blood-mobile at City Hall. Rackow lost his left hand at the wrist and sustained other serious injuries on his face in a accidental explosion during a training class on June 24th; and so many of you helped to replenish his blood supply and many others in our residence.  The camaraderie in this community is what makes us stay here generation after generation.  Keeping that in mind, if you are still interested in donating blood in Sgt. Brian Rackow’s account or to our fellow Midland-ers please do so at the United Blood Services on Midkiff and Loop 250.  While his insurance has more than likely covered Rackow’s need for blood after his injury, there are many of us who do not have this kind of publicity and accidents happen.  These extra units of blood pay for our other friends in need.

Secondly, keep your eye out today for the flight crew training exercises for the Commemorative Air Force’s B-29 “FiFi”!  At 7 a.m. this morning in the main hanger the crew performed “touch and go” flights at Midland International Airport.  The museum summer hours have also been changed Monday through Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Visit www.commemorativeairforce.org for more information about admissions.

Like I’ve mentioned before, our virtual tour approach has changed.  Here is a brand new listing we acquired.

for more information on this listing or other listings revert back to our main site Midland TX Homes and you will find it a part of our featured listings.

We hope this Monday didn’t bring you down too much, Friday is just around the corner again.  Take care everyone.