Nothing I Can Do About it Now

November 11, 2007

Deep in the Heart

Filed under: Uncategorized — dregina @ 9:32 am

Cristian (looking at the cover of Texas Monthly): It’s so weird how most Texans vacation in Texas.

Dana: Well, yeah. Texas is big.

Cristian: Still though………….

Dana: Cristian. If you left Boston and drove straight West for 12 hours, where would you be?

Cristian: Ohio?

Dana: In Texas, you would still be in Texas.

Cristian: Really? 12 hours?

Dana: Texarkana to El Paso. 12 hours.

Cristian: Jesus Christ. It’s like living in a black hole.

Dana: It’s a lone star, Cristian.

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3 Comments »

  1. Not to get picky, but if you drove east from Boston, you really couldn’t get more than a few minutes out of town before you drowned in the Atlantic.

    Unless you’re caught in airport traffic, at which point 12 hours is actually plausible.

    Comment by Mike — November 14, 2007 @ 2:59 pm

  2. *Thank You* Mike! I was reading through that and thought…..’what’s wrong with this picture?’ LOL!!! And I’ve actually BEEN in the airport traffic, you’re right about that!! Great post though!! 🙂

    Comment by Michelle — November 15, 2007 @ 8:30 am

  3. Yes, most of my vacations as a kid were to West Texas (Big Bend or Guadalupe Mountains). I grew up in Rockdale (near Austin) and it would take nine hours to get there! I didn’t really start seeing the world outside of Texas until I was an adult. John Steinbeck wrote: “Once you are in Texas it seems to take forever to get out, and some people never make it.”

    Comment by Lee — November 26, 2007 @ 9:36 pm


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