Archives for: September 2007

Last Sunday, Ronak and I attended the first anniversary of the Chinatown Center, which is made up of a variety of Asian businesses including restaurants, a grocery store, an herbal shop, clothing, travel, music, video, insurance, salons, and the Austin A… more »
By focusing on my Austin Blues I set myself up to lose Perspective on my circumstance And therefore give up every chance Of seeing beauty in this place How can I when I won't embrace Change, the new, another page In my life - instead I rage A… more »
A few simple truths about the greatest Texan. There's no denying to this folks. If you don't believe this, you'd better not be living in Texas. Chuck Norris puts the "laughter" in "manslaughter". The fastest way to a man's heart is Chuck Norr… more »
I am very happy to report that I saw my first live 9-banded armadillo Sunday night. I have to add the word "live," because I've actually seen an armadillo or two since our move to Texas, but they were in the form of roadkill, so I don't count them.… more »
In order to investigate the diversity of Austin, I checked out the statistics at the US Census Bureau. Unfortunately the city stats were from 2000, which is 7 years old, so some changes could have taken place in that time period. Add to that, that th… more »
Is Austin Liberal? We've heard that it is. We've seen the anti-Bush bumper stickers. We've noticed that every festival seems to benefit a cause or social program or both. We've seen pride events listed weekly in The Austin Chronicle. We've noticed num… more »
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In 2007, we moved to Austin, and this blog chronicled our adaptation to Texas life: festivals, wildflowers, and bats - oh my! Then we had a baby, and that changed everything, so now, we blog about where to buy organic food, what parks are fun for babies, which exterminator is taking care of our scorpion problem. (You know, the usual parental concerns.)


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