We’re in…Indiana?

18 Sep

I’m a Texan. Born in Texas. Raised in Texas. Speak Texan (Gruene=Green, Coke=any carbonated beverage). I’ve lived in every major city in Texas, except Houston because Houston is disgusting. I’ve left Texas a few times but somehow the supernatural gravitational force that links all Texans to the Motherland keeps pulling me back. But from time to time, the husband (from California, who doesn’t get it) convinces me to give relocation another go.

So, we recently decided, for apparently no good reason, to move halfway across the country. I think it was mainly for the money, because we are definitely whores for the money, but also the children were getting WAY to comfortable. What with all those friends, family and feelings of success and happiness they were developing.  Definitely time to shake them up a little. Toughen them up.

So, off we went to Louisville, Kentucky. What? I know, no one moves moves to Kentucky and every comment people make to you about the move starts with, “That’s where that derby is, right?”  Yes, yes it is. And they’re fucking serious about it…

This dude probably spent six weeks on this hat

After the derby…wait,my bad…The Derby, the only other thing you need to know about Kentucky is this…

uhm, yeah

Another interesting thing about Kentucky…absolute shit school system.  Education is important to me because the last thing I need is future Walmart employees running around my house. Therefore, after three months of struggling with stupidness (stupid administration, stupid curriculum, stupid 1960’s policy of bussing kids to the ghetto) in Kentucky, we found the promised land. Indiana…

I so hope to meet him one day

Being from Texas, I was very distraught about the concept of moving (again) to a complete other STATE! That’s when I discovered this…

Oh, never mind

Now we are in Indiana. It’s nice. The schools are good. The children are coping well with the depression. It’s a bit nondescript, but at least not this nondescript…

Ciao, y’all!

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