It’s just true. I can’t help it.
I live in TX and I don’t ever see anything like this! lol
Oh no! That’s terrible. Something should be done about that.
Note to self: Move to Texas
(nice one, Lisa! :) )
An excellent place to relocate to. I understand it is beautiful all year around…
Really? I would never have been able to tell..LOL
I think I do as well..
It’s difficult not to.
I think I’ll have to take a trip and see what other larger than life things are grown down in Texas.
From what I hear, they grow everything big and strong in TX so that would be quite a trip!
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