(I don't remember exactly the word-for-word convo we had, but this is the gist)
me: Which part of Texas are you from?
him: I am not from Texas.
me: But I thought Leighton lives in Texas.
him: No. He lives in Utah.
me: What???????????????????????????????????????? No! He said he lives in Texas.
him: I am pretty sure he lives in Utah.
me: (getting a little pissed) You mean he just moved to Utah? What is he doing in Utah?
him: No. His family's here too.
me: (so confused) Wait, you mean he has lived in Utah his whole life?
me: (scratching my head) But I distinctly remember he said he's from Texas!
So yea. In his heart, Texas was where he was from. Geez! He could have clarified and elaborated a little bit more so I wouldn't had to rack my brain trying to remember if he'd mentioned anything about his home in Utah!
Anyways, I don't blame him for loving his hometown. I love it too. It is a small city with cute boutiques and restaurants lining the main street. We were there a few Thanksgivings ago, but to this day I still remember how charming that small town was in all the Christmas decoration. Therefore I was really excited to go back visit this time we were there for our family reunion. It definitely is one of the cutest little places to visit.
|Wheat bread dipped in herb Olive oil. Yum!|
|A cute little toy shop...|
|called "Ewe and Eye".|
|This cute little store (I forgot its name) has a small garden with cool stuff like small water fountains, bird feed, and a giant wooden chair.|
|K, I obviously am not a very good blogger cause I keep forgetting the names of the stores that we went to.|
This one was a vintage store that sells A TON of cute vintage stuff, like the globes in the picture.
|It also has some neon signs, including this "Lia" one.|
|I couldn't resist. Angel wings made out of book pages.|
|They even have a seat for "tired husband." I don't understand.|
|Vintage cash register. Never seen this in my life before. It is huge, like half my height!|
|An adorable restaurant, "Bier Garden"|
|Another cute restaurant. 259. Love the exterior and the interior.|
|I am drawn to cotton plants. Again, never seen them in my life before.|
|A second hand baby store we went to. Don't remember the name, but they have these cute letters magnets.|
|After shopping we went and had some lemonades at this restaurant called, "Bear Moon Bakery and Cafe" that claimed to serve the best lemonades.|
|My pomegranate and strawberry lemonade. Seriously so good. Perfect for the hot and humid Texas summer.|
|See, even Liam wants it!|