I'm in San Antonio and I guess i love the whole state - Family has lived all over so my accent comes from Tyler though ten years in Cali did tame it a bit. (I got home as quick as I could) The Pan Handle is as beautiful to me as the coast is and the Hill country just feels like home, but I must admit, I never have gotten used to livin in the city even if that city is in Texas...
We love going to San Antonio as there is so much to do. I live in Central Texas and my son is is grad school in San Marcos where I spent the day yesterday. I love the area. I was born and raised in Colo. so still looking for the "Hill" country. lol J
I love that there is so much to do in Austin plus the downtown area reminds me of home in Colo. The trees are gorgeous in this area and there are some great wineries out here. Just went to one in Salado that is fairly new. J
My family and I live in Palmer, which is about 25 miles south of Dallas. We typically have yearly family vacations where we all go to Galveston. We have virtually been going every year since I was born (I'm 30).
I was born in Borger, Tx and grew up in pasadena, tx. I didn't want to go there, but I was only 2 yrs old and mam and dad made me. Currently, I am living in San Antonio, Tx recuperating from my injuries last july, 2009.
I was born in Denison near Sherman. My Mom coming from Oklahoma and Dad from Houston, I guess that was the middle point. I have in lived Cedar Hill, just south of Dallas, for about 12 years and move back to the Houston area in 2006. My husband and I built a house out in the woods west of Magnolia. Although we are officially listed as living in Hockley, we are closer to Magnolia but in Waller County. T1 for 40 years.
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