Apr 16

123unodostres:

We remember Selena Quintanilla who today would have been 43 years old. In two decades, there has still been nothing quite like the sound of Selena. And her forward-thinking sound continues to impact new generations of fans.  Selena’s birthday April 16 is  ”Selena Day” in Texas.

"Be strong minded and always think that the impossible is POSSIBLE”- Selena

(April 16, 1971- March 31, 1995)

Apr 15
brewstagram:

Back in the day a real Texas Cowboy wouldn’t be caught dead without a Cowboy Boot Coozie. by hey_coozie http://ift.tt/1s2FE7p

brewstagram:

Back in the day a real Texas Cowboy wouldn’t be caught dead without a Cowboy Boot Coozie. by hey_coozie http://ift.tt/1s2FE7p

Apr 14

gregholland:

WHATABURGER, Austin, 2014. 

Apr 13
seriouslymabelgreetings:

Enjoy the cooler temps #Houston! It will be 300 degrees soon enough. 😳 #pug #pugs #puglife #black #blackpug #blackpugs #bluebonnets #texas #springtime

seriouslymabelgreetings:

Enjoy the cooler temps #Houston! It will be 300 degrees soon enough. 😳 #pug #pugs #puglife #black #blackpug #blackpugs #bluebonnets #texas #springtime

Apr 12
jazminator-nostalgia:

I was walking to class , and blue bonnets are everywhere ! I love my state !

jazminator-nostalgia:

I was walking to class , and blue bonnets are everywhere ! I love my state !

Apr 11
Apr 10
losvalientes:

QUE VIVA! #LEGEND #LATINA #TEXAS #BIDIBIDIBOMBOM #SELENA

losvalientes:

QUE VIVA! #LEGEND #LATINA #TEXAS #BIDIBIDIBOMBOM #SELENA

Apr 09
Apr 08

allynewbold:

should i move to texas?

Apr 07
wapiti3:

Building Storm in the Texas Panhandle by Stephen Braxton. Thompson on Flickr.
Via Flickr: Cruising along the interstate highway at 80 miles an hour when I spot something out of the corner of my eye way off to the left. A sea of grass, a black cow, a lone tree, a brooding sky. The image is there for me but for a fraction of a second but I know I must have this shot. Next exit is eight miles down the highway. I speed up. After exiting, I’m then forced to backtrack at a snails pace on a washboard dirt road running parallel to I-40. To my relief, the cow hasn’t moved a foot in the nearly half hour it took me to return to the scene. I get the shot and my day is made.

wapiti3:

Building Storm in the Texas Panhandle by Stephen Braxton. Thompson on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Cruising along the interstate highway at 80 miles an hour when I spot something out of the corner of my eye way off to the left. A sea of grass, a black cow, a lone tree, a brooding sky. The image is there for me but for a fraction of a second but I know I must have this shot. Next exit is eight miles down the highway. I speed up. After exiting, I’m then forced to backtrack at a snails pace on a washboard dirt road running parallel to I-40. To my relief, the cow hasn’t moved a foot in the nearly half hour it took me to return to the scene. I get the shot and my day is made.

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