i'd live in texas if it meant i was married to either coach or riggins.
ditto on kristine. or matt. or luke.never been to austin. want to go to austin. have some cousins in austin. so basically, i'll split the gas money with you, let's go.
i very seriously considered moving to texas after new york. i hear lots of the major cities there have a lot to offer as far as music, art and culture goes. saw that pic of erin wasson as well and loved it...
that's so funny, because Ryan and I are thinking about moving there in a few years. We haven't made the trip there yet, but have read so much about it and are excited to visit. If you get there before us, we'd like to know what you think. and yes, erin wasson is gorgeous.
I've been to Texas on a Bass fishing trip. True story... would I want to live there? Probably not, but have I been to Austin? NO... So I'm not ruling it out.
Austin is by far the coolest town in all of Texas. Go visit, but that is a little far to move.
bryan served his mission there. he LOVED it. we have thought about going there. I think it would be quite the adventure.
i love texas...and they have the best hamburgers ever
and boys open doors and step to the outside of the curb for you and stuff like that....maybe i shouldve mentioned that before the burgers
Austin is a nice city. There seems to be a lot to do there. Tons of college kids and pretty liberal from what I hear. There is Ikea and outlet malls nearby. We live in San Antonio and it is very hot in the Summer, so if you plan on a trip, I would advise coming in late fall or Spring. Sorry for rambling.
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