Texas: A Whole Nother Country

Steve Lovelace

Steve Lovelace is a writer, photographer and graphic artist. After graduating Michigan State University in 2004, he taught Spanish in Samoa before moving to Dallas, Texas. He blogs every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at http://steve-lovelace.com.

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  1. April 19, 2013

    […] Faire is an annual Renaissance Festival in Waxahachie, Texas, an hour south of Dallas. My friends and I went back in 2011 and had a blast, so when the 2012 […]

  2. April 21, 2013

    […] wet, and just after lunch it started to rain, but we put up with the damp weather. After a long hot Texas summer, it was a nice change of pace. And while I prefer sunny days for picture taking, I was still […]

  3. April 22, 2013

    […] just a few “swing states” like Ohio and Florida. It also means that in big states like Texas and California, the voice of the minority party is lost. Finally, by categorizing each state as […]

  4. April 22, 2013

    […] ceding the orphaned strips of land to Mexico. On the other hand, in the domestic dispute between Texas and New Mexico, the Supreme Court sided with Texas, creating a swath of El Paso on the “wrong […]

  5. April 23, 2013

    […] corner of the State of Mississippi, there is a confluence of rivers. The Red River, which separates Texas from Oklahoma, meets up with the Mighty Mississippi. A mile to two downstream, a third river splits […]

  6. April 24, 2013

    […] in the heart of Texas lies a city called Austin. Austin is known for a lot of things: it’s the state capital, […]

  7. April 24, 2013

    […] went to visit my parents for Christmas back in December 2009, After several years of living in Texas, Vermont was quite a shock to my system. Still, it was a beautiful place, on a sunny winter day, I […]

  8. April 26, 2013

    […] Dr Pepper is a Texas staple. Ever since soda manufacturers switched from cane sugar to high fructose corn syrup, the […]

  9. February 13, 2014

    […] in 2009, the State of Texas introduced a new license plate. It was a colorful design, red on the left fading into a blue right […]

  10. May 3, 2014

    […] downtown Fort Worth, Texas, just a few blocks from Sundance Square, lies a unique city park known as the Fort Worth Water […]

  11. July 28, 2014

    […] home to many different companies, like Texas, […]

  12. July 4, 2015

    […] years of living in Dallas, I felt I could call myself a Texan. She said that you have to be born in Texas to be a Texan, and that I could never be one even if I lived here the rest of my life. But that […]

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