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March 2. Happy Birthday, Texas!
Happy Texas Independence Day, Texans. March 2, 1836. If you don't know the meaning of the Come And Take It flag, you should.
“It’s not the size of the dog in the fight, it’s the size of the fight in the dog.” ~ Mark Twain Dateline October 2, 1835, The Battle of Gonzales was the first military engagement of the Texas Revolution. It took place near Gonzales, Texas, between rebellious Texian settlers and a detachment of Mexican army troops. A handmade flag with the words “Come and Take It” along with a crude drawing of a cannon were written in defiance of Santa Anna’s attempt to disarm the citizens.
Texas Print Art Wall Hanging "I Heart Texas" Map Print Wall Decor, State of Texas Wall Hanging in Red, Blue or Yellow
Photo from a Ranch Rodeo in Cross Plains, TX. texasgotitright.com
smoobies: This is always stuck in my head. I don’t really know why
texas is a state of mind. Oh, it sooo is!! Love that vibe!!
Texas Pride. Red Texas Barn in Nelson, Texas between Austin and Dallas.
Texas Pride. this if for my hubby. Not me I was born in this wonderful state
yes, yes they are. Texas Letterpress Art Print from www.etsy.com/...
Cover your assets. Protecting Texas families since 1964. CRUSE DICE ... ***832-912-7873***
I think i need one of these for my garden...
Texas shaped prickly pear cactus leaf by Pimento of Doom on Flickr