" "I have always asked God that when I met the man I would marry, I would know it immediately and there would be no games, no confusion, no nonsense.
I prayed that and had complete faith that in God's timing this would happen.
One of the benefits of living where you grew up is knowing exactly where you come from.
Most of Texas can be considered to be in the Bible Belt, which means that you get to live with large numbers of people who share the same ideas and values as you.
But that’s not all–there is even a mix of Mexican and European influences that come from the southwest.
There are art museums and Dallas was home to jazz and blues in the 20s and 30s.
As you try a few new date hotspots this month, don’t miss out on the authentic Mexican food or any of the top steakhouses in Dallas.
If you live in Dallas, you probably enjoy the warm summer nights filled with activity.
The landscape in Texas ranges from swamps to deserts, changing as you move from east to west.
The entirety of the United States is spoken of as a melting pot, but Texas really takes the cake in terms of mixing of cultures.