First, nature conservationist Stuart Marcus finds solace from his administrative tasks by stepping outside and documenting the unsung insect: moths. Spreading the moth love, Marcus hosts “Moth Night Out,” where people can gather to observe and learn about the creautures. Then, Jerome Fuhrmann looks to the sun to stay busy after his stroke. This is no metaphor, Jerome enlists a thick magnifying glass and our star to create wood-burnt art. Finally, since 1936, this jewelry showroom has been crafting tokens of thanks taking the shaps of miniature spurs. The tradition has made its way all the way up to the White House, yet remains a meaningful Texas tradition.