And the Doodle Goes to Kellie, the KleverNut

I thought this drawing was going to France? Okay, maybe it did go to France, but I’m also laughing my ass off that this was bought by someone from Texas. That’s about right. In Texas they tend to do things big. Make of that what you will. ;-)

Yes, I’m a Texan although I haven’t lived there in almost 20 years. Once a Texan, always a Texan — even when someone isn’t born there, like Lee Pace who was born in Oklahoma. The dude’s a Texan even if he did go to Julliard. In fact, I know quite a few Texans who have gone to Julliard and Harvard and Yale and Princeton and I could go on, but there’s no need. I think it’s obvious that I have an affinity for Texans. More on this later. Yes, I can’t help talking about it.

(I’ve often wondered how many of you are from Texas — whether you still live there or not.)

Thanks, Kellie, it was money well spent for a lot of reasons not the least of which is that NF is a heinous disease.

*wonder if Kellie knows Lee; maybe not since it’s a big state. ;-) *

Thanks for the heads up, Perry. :)

9 Comments

  1. You can take the girl out of Texas, but you can’t take the Texas out of the girl. 30 years + and still people ask, “WHERE are you from?” Can’t seem to quite shack that drawl thang…

  2. I cannot imagine being from anywhere else but Texas. I’m not proud. :D

  3. Oh that’s too funny :) Don’t mess with Texas! XD That’s where I lost my heart… <3 (Uh oh, I think I feel a song coming on…. lol)
    Seriously, congrats to Kellie, she's definitely a clever Armitage nut!

  4. Texas…you mean that country down there just above Mexico?

  5. Not a Texan but went to college there. I love Texas and Texans in general. =)

  6. I have always lived in Texas and since the age of 5 in the same city. What I love the most is the history of Texas.
    Congratulations to Kellie. It’s a wonderful thing you have done!

  7. I was born and grew up in Dallas but didn’t realize how Texan I was until I moved away.

  8. I’ve lived in Dallas for exactly ten years and at this point I can’t imagine living somewhere else. I love it! ;)

  9. Another Texan here, although I’ve been gone for over 20 years. Most of my family is still there.


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