Small Texas towns, once known for their quaint charm, are rapidly changing. Little stores are torn down to make way for strip malls that house the same chain stores as large cities, streets are widened from two lane to five lane, and stop signs and traffic lights are on every corner. Yet, there are still signs of the unique personalities that make small towns unique.
No miniture dogs in purses here. These people brought the pet goat into the store. (And no, it wasn't house broken.)
Someone once said this about Texas towns: "A chicken in every pot and a pickup in every driveway." I don't know about the chicken, but it does seem like there a lot of pickups, and the bigger the better.
City professionals call it diversification. Small town entrepreneurs call themselves a jack of all trades.
A tricked out car, Texas style.
I hope something here made you laugh, giggle, or break into a smile. Have a great weekend.