okey dokey, jus' wondering ~ cuz I have been here long enough to B.S. anybody ~ yet... But I DO like the new term for B.S.ers, I just didn't want to be the first one to be branded with it.
I do B.S. @ cards though...
At this point in my life, at my current finances, I love where I live. We moved to Dallas in 2003 and lived there for 8 months. I didn't really like working for probation there, and I hated the traffic. We came back to College Station 8 months later, and I plan to stay here. I gave up trying to apply for federal probation jobs - I didn't wanna pick up and move to some city at random again - especially in another state.
That being said, I prev loved Tuscon (went there on a week's vacation in 1998) - it was fantastic for my allergies. If I won the lottery tomorrow, I might travel the desert states and see where I liked it best. Always wanted to visit the Pacific Northwest, but not sure if I would want to live there or not.
Yes, U are right. Of course, believe it or not - central Texas is considered the worst place to live w/ allergies - I've read it a few times. When I left Louisiana, I didn't think any place would be as bad for allergies - with all the tress and swamps. Figures that I went someplace worse.
My ex-wife never had allergies in her life - she developed them living here. My current wife is from China - never even heard of allergies before. She started having problems as soon as she moved here. She had to go to several doctors because she was coughing all the time. They ruled out tuberculosis, and one doctor said that you have to live someplace for 2 years to develop allergies in the region. Finally, a pulminologist told her she had allergies. Gave her an allergy nasal spray, and then she was fine.
Hewll, 1 of my dogs even has allergies. He sneezes a lot when the grass is cut
Well, when I was married the 1st time, my ex applied for some jobs out there, but nothing ever worked out. I also applied for a probation job out in Phoenix 2 years ago - when they called me for the interview, they gave me less than a weeks notice - I explained as a probation officer with scheduled apts for weeks ahead, I would need at least 2 weeks to work my schedule out - they wouldn't give it to me. Then, 1 month later, when they did 2nd interviews, they called me again. Once again, it was less than 1 weeks notice - I couldn't do it.