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Elizabeth says Merry Texas from Texas 2014
Transcript of Elizabeth says Merry Texas from Texas 2014
Bigger is better, right?
The name “Texas” comes from the Hasini Indian word “tejas” meaning friends.
If you have 9 minutes...
you need to listen to this Texas Christmas Story.
We're almost at the end.
I hope you liked my little Tex-mas card.
I also want to wish you a wonderful Christmas & a Happy New year.
More wool comes from the state of Texas than any other state in the United States.
Don't Mess With Texas
Just Love it like I do!
You and I are friends.
It's like we're Texas.
Seriously, the best thing you've heard this Christmas, hua?
Trees on the side of the road in Austin get decorated.
I don't know this guy
or this guy
or this dude
(I hope he's getting paid enough)
But they are not burr-cold
possibly due to Texas wool.
Take that, Winter!
mute the music down there, in the corner
mute the music down there, don't forget.
I'm singing right along with you!
Here are cards from years' past...in case you were worried about it all coming to a conclusion too fast
guts & bourbon
", Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
One thing I will say, if one googles "Texas Christmas"
there are a number of "Merry Christmas, yall!"
Georgia invented yall.
I will not disabuse you of any ambiguity in that statement.
you really want to mute this time :)
Hope your holidays are the very best!