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Thursday, February 5, 2015

House Divided.....Fences...

TEXAS.....We have some Fantastic colleges here and we have a lot of alumni that are extremely proud of their college of choice.

While driving across this big state, you will see many LONGHORN fences and gates!!  

Daughter one....(Trista) chose to make TEXAS UT TYLER, her school for Higher Education. She graduated with a degree in Art and Education.




University of TEXAS at Tyler is a component institution of the the University of Texas system.   Go Patriots...   
GO LONGHORNS!!!!!

Tyler....our oldest grandson....also attends 
UT TYLER and is in the Nursing Program.



And then.....we also have a graduate of 

TEXAS  A&M

Go AGGIES!

Our youngest daughter (Shanda) chose to be an Aggie!!  Shanda graduated from TEXAS A&M  
with a degree in Education...as well.


Yes....we are a "House Divided!"

The grandchildren are split as well..
Some are Longhorns and some are Aggie fans!

Our Aggie graduate has kids that are Longhorn Fans....and our Longhorn graduate has one kid that is an Aggie fan!!  lol.

Anyways.....We have some great fences around Texas!!

Joining Good Fences today...


Shug ~

19 comments:

CelestinaMarie@SouthernDayDreams said...

Hi Shug, divided or not, they are all great Texas fences. Great pics.
Have a blessed day.
CM

eileeninmd said...

Love the fences & gates.. You have one big happy family there, I am sure! Great shots, have a happy day!

TexWisGirl said...

i'm lovin' the longhorn gate!!! awesome! i like how your allegiance is sprinkled all around your family. :)

Margaret Adamson said...

That first fence reminds me of a Texas fence with the long horns.

Rose said...

Wonderful fences...great that you have all those graduates in your house. Even if they went to different schools.

LV said...

You have done very well with your children. You can be very proud of them regardless which school they attended. My sister was a nurse graduate from Tyler many years ago.

carolann said...

Great looking fences.

Be proud amen.

Cheryl @ TFD said...

I love the longhorn gate! The differences/divisions just make life interesting!

Ida said...

What fun with your Texas fences. I like the Red Longhorn gate in the first photo. You sound like a fun family and proud of your TX roots.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Nice cattle fence!
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Felicia said...

what a cute post. lovely fences and gates too.

Carletta said...

A wonderful entry for Good Fences! I love how you put this post together.

Nice blog!

Paula said...

Sure like that longhorn gate. Two granddaughters are graduates of UT Austin and one son-in-law. One daughter and son-in-law graduates of Southwest Texas. I know the name has been changed but we don't pay attention to that. lol

Patricia @ Corn in my Coffee-Pot said...

Love the fences...
love the schools...
...GO Longhorns!
LOVE TEXAS... a little bit of good ol' competition never hurts! :)

Linda said...

Dear Shug, your photos are beautiful and your header is gorgeous and heartwarming.

Linda Kay said...

Shug, we definitely do have some great fences around Texas...probably why Tex decided on the blog hop. My SIL is A & M grad and always has season tickets to the home games....I've not been invited to take one!

Pam said...

Congrats to your kids! Those are some great fences, Shug! I've been to Texas several times and have seen some of them. Our sons have engineering/political science degrees from Illinois colleges, and the rivalries go on. Have a fun weekend!

".E." Lizard Breath Speaks, It's Beth said...

now that i see your snow ice cream i wish for some ... but the problem is - i don't have any snow??! what to do???

i love the long horn fence. so cool. very creative. ( :

have a lovely weekend!!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

As long as you all end up lovin each other after the games, then all is well! And I'd bet any amount of money that you do.

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