Aging In Place researched a number of factors to determine the loneliest states in America. The factors considered in the research included the number of people searching for friendship apps and the number of single-person households. So, how did Texas turn out?
So quite literally as my title states, we may not realize it but we are very fortunate to live in the second largest state in the US, for a number of reasons. Friendly people, great restaurants, vacation spots and so on and so forth. I came to love and appreciate my great state all over again after conversing with someone who recently moved to this country.
Have you ever had to describe our great state of Texas to someone who has never been here or heaven forbid was not fortunate enough to be born and raised in The Lone Star State? What would you say? How many things could you come up with and what would be the very first description out of your mouth?
Texting and driving. Don't just don't do it. It is never a good idea for obvious reasons. So now that we've got that out of the way, what are the alternatives? Do you have one of those apps that informs friends and family, if they message you that you are driving and cannot text at that time? I've received those automatic messages before. Genius app by the way.