Tag Archives: Texas

Facts You Need to Know

Since I never brag about my home state, you may not be aware that I’m a Texan, born and raised here. In case you have the misfortune of not being a Texan and wonder what makes us so proud of … Continue reading

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Language

Every time I go to get a pedicure (yes, men do get pedicures), I’m reminded of one of my pet peeves. In my experience, employees of nail salons are about 99% Vietnamese. Most speak just enough English to determine whether … Continue reading

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A Texan Looks at Texas

The United States can be divided into two parts, as shown on the map below: Texas and Not Texas. Hordes of people from Not Texas have been immigrating to Texas in recent decades, swelling our population from around seven million … Continue reading

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Fair Play

Although I try to steer clear of politics with this blog, there are times that issues of such overriding importance arise it would be shirking my duty as a citizen of this great republic not to discuss them. I don’t … Continue reading

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What Makes Us Love Texas?

We may not have it all together, but together we have it all. Every Wednesday and Friday one of our Life List Club members posts a blog on the LLC Website. Today, Sonia G. Medeiros will post on that site. … Continue reading

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Understanding Texicans

WANA: We may not have it all together, but together we have it all. It occurred to me that my tweeps and fellow bloggers come from around the world. Naturally, you’ve all heard of Texas, but you may never have … Continue reading

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Early Memories

Most people I talk to have no memories of anything before the age of four or so. Sometimes not before five or six. I don’t know why, but I have several very clear memories from age two. My father was … Continue reading

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