alchemyjones tagged me and I almost NEVER do these so I figured, eh, what the hell. All I had was a green pen because I’m not in school anymore and I do what I want with pen colors now. BOOM.
Here are the rules:
1-Name
 2-URL
 3-Blog title 4-Fave color
 5-Crush 6-Write something in all caps
 7-Fave bands 8-Fave number
 9-Fave drink
 10-Tag 10 favorite bloggers humans who I think are cool and probably have fun handwriting 

alchemyjones tagged me and I almost NEVER do these so I figured, eh, what the hell. All I had was a green pen because I’m not in school anymore and I do what I want with pen colors now. BOOM.

Here are the rules:

1-Name
 2-URL
 3-Blog title 4-Fave color
 5-Crush 6-Write something in all caps
 7-Fave bands 8-Fave number
 9-Fave drink
 10-Tag 10 favorite bloggers humans who I think are cool and probably have fun handwriting 

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I ONLY OWN TWO EMBOSSED BIBLES

You weren’t born in Texas so I feel like 2 is a respectable amount of embossed bibles to own for the proportion of your upbringing spent in the Lone Star State.

I saw Boyhood today and it is honestly one of the best movies I’ve ever seen. It made me so homesick and nostalgic. I mean, any movie about a kid growing up in my home state is obviously going to make me feel things, but this one also had Oregon Trail and parents reading Harry Potter books to their kids, ok? 

As a lot of you know, I recently moved across the US from a very conservative part of the country to a very liberal one. I’m very glad to be living somewhere else, but I’m still so proud of being a Texan. That pride hit me hard in the theater today when I was watching this movie. 

Two moments in the film got BIG laughs from everyone in the audience and caused me to have “wait, everyone doesn’t do that?” moments. The first was when the kids said the pledge to the Texas flag and the second was when the main character was given a Bible with his name embossed on the cover. 

As someone who said the pledge to the Texas flag every day of my K-12 education and owns no less than 4 embossed Bibles, it was such a strange experience to hear people around me laugh at things that were so integral to my childhood. 

I’ve spent most of the last 3 years trying to run from all the things about my religious, conservative, rural Texas upbringing that I forgot that experiencing those things can instill you with a sense of pride.

Like a brother or sister, I can make fun of Texas, but you most definitely cannot. 

Jenna Maroney’s “Mickey Rourke” References

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"before I know it, I’m gonna wake up and be 23 and my life’s gonna be behind me."
"you know that I’m 25, right?"

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