“Everything Is Bigger In Texas?” Right? My South Central Texas Mommy has joined forces with 10+ Texas blogs to bring you a Texas Summer Giveaway Bash you’ll never forget!
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What do you love about living in Texas? Where is your favorite Texas Getaway? Do you know of any hidden treasures?
A few sponsors we’ve round up thus far include, but not limited to Sea World San Antonio, HEB, Dr Pepper Museum, Cameron Park Zoo, Texas Country Music Museum , plus many more!
-Texas is called the Lone Star State because of the state flag's design: a broad vertical blue stripe at left, centered by a single white star, with horizontal bars of white and red on the right. Red means courage, White means liberty and Blue stands for loyalty. The star has five points, one for each letter of the state's name.
-Texas was an independent nation from 1836 to 1845. Texas is the only state to enter the United States by treaty instead of territorial annexation.
-Six flags have flown over Texas:
• Spanish 1519-1685
• French 1685-1690
• Spanish 1690-1821
• Mexican 1821-1836
• Republic of Texas 1836-1845
• United States 1845-1861
• Confederate States 1861-1865
• United States 1865 to present
-Texas is the country's biggest producer of oil, cattle, sheep, minerals, cotton and wool.
-Texas is second in size only to Alaska.
-Austin is considered the live music capital of the world.
-Texas possesses three of the top ten most populous cities in the United States – Houston, Dallas, and San Antonio.
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