Today President Bush turned 69. In commemoration of that, we’d like to share a story from one of the 9/11 firefighters who had a chance to know him.
It’s almost Dickensian how the Hinchee House has fallen to rot and ruin in the humidity of Southeast Texas and its tangle of aggressive nature, rain, wind and neglect.
Watch as our beautiful national hymn is played 2nd Amendment style! Now go on ahead and share! It’s the song of liberty and it needs to he heard ’round the world!
Audie Murphy was one of America’s greatest heroes in the second world war. He became an actor and even more famous after the war.
But did you know he was a native Texan?
There are so many ways to express one’s love for country. What to do on July 4th to show you love the USA is a deeply personal matter. For many folks Independence Day means family barbecues, baseball and fireworks. Others love to attend an old fashioned small town parade. No matter how one chooses to mark[…]
We all loved when granny would whip up her famous tater salad this time of year. But we’ve never quite perfected making it ourselves. Here’s the best Texas recipe we could find!
Texas is a place we should all be proud of. Our heritage. Our triumphs. Our failures. Our mistakes.
It is what makes Texas… Texas. And we wouldn’t have it any other way.
The father and son were strolling around looking at all the concession stands while the wife shopped in the gift shop. They were amazed by almost everything they saw, but especially by two shiny, silver walls that could move apart and then slide back together again.
5. Dogs don’t feel threatened by your intelligence. 9. Dogs never laugh at how you throw the ball to them.
With all the foreigners (folks from other states) moving in, we figured that we’d share a little list of things that native Texans know that the newcomers probably won’t.
IF YOU REALLY LOVE TEXAS HIT LIKE 3 TIMES!