Cowboy Tim proves that Americans will always rise to the occasion

Amid the grim reports about illness, and shutdowns, and shortages, there's one story that has earned a collective "awww" from everyone, and that is the story of Cowboy Tim, the head of security at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City.  When the museum had to shut down because of the coronavirus, the security team stayed on the job to keep the building and exhibits safe. Someone had the brilliant idea to ask Tim Send, the head of security, to take over the museum's social media account on Twitter.  Tim, a grandfather, had never worked with Twitter before, but he didn't let that stop him.  He just dove right in and did so with such charm, goodwill, and sweetness that his tweets have gone viral. It all started with a very nice post, in which Tim introduced himself and explained what he and his team would be doing: Hello, my name is Tim and I am the head of security for The Cowboy. I have been asked...(Read Full Post)
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