Texas barbecue has gotten a lot of press in recent years. Most people have heard of the famous lines at Franklin BBQ, it even made it into the movie Chef and was visited by President Obama. I myself have visited Snow’s in Lexington, and Kreuz Market and Black’s in Lockhart as well as Saltlick in Driftwood.… Continue reading Texas BBQ Up-And-Comers
Being a mom can be hard. Take a break and read some funny mom-memes.
Texas is really a foodie’s paradise because of all the incredible types of cuisine we have to offer. Most Texans, however, will eschew donuts for kolaches and breakfast tacos, but we shouldn’t. We have some insanely delicious donuts here in the Lone Star State. I am blessed enough to live just far enough from Round Rock… Continue reading Delicious Texas Donuts
Mark Twain famously said, “There are lies, damned lies, and statistics.” Keep that in mind as you take in this assertion from random insurance comparison service Quote Wizard. According to Quote Wizard, Pearland drivers, “rank first in accidents and second in DUI rates.” the article goes on to state that a record like that is “lousy enough to… Continue reading Are Pearland Drivers Really the Worst in Texas?
Who doesn’t love a good humorous meme? I know I sure do. Just for fun, here are a few memes about Texas I collected a while back. If you want to see more, check out this post on Wide Open Country. And if you want to see EVEN MOAR then check out this post. Fun… Continue reading Hilarious Texas Memes to Put a Smile on Your Face
Working from home is sometimes a misnomer. Sometimes freelancers and remote employees work from anywhere but home. That’s not something I understood when I first started out doing this. When I quit my office job in 2013 I actually had no plans to become a freelancer. I just wanted to stay home with my kids.… Continue reading Freelance Acrobatics: Weird Places I’ve Worked
It’s hard to believe but it has been almost two years since my editor at Wide Open Country was contacted by Mayde “Mimi” Gomez from SA Live in San Antonio to do a piece based on my humorous article “Learn to Speak Texan” about Texas colloquialisms. I drove out to San Antonio and we walked around… Continue reading That One Time I Was on the News