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    • Laura

      I’m hoping to stay in the schools, but who knows! I’m going to be pretty open with my job search…

  1. Connie

    KERF reader living in Fort Worth. What part of town will he be working in? I am a lifelong resident of the metroplex and can help you with cool things! Let me know

  2. SO exciting! I grew up in Dallas and lived there last year…it’s so much fun as an adult! I’m pretty jealous you’re headed there πŸ™‚ Can’t wait to read about all your Dallas adventures!

  3. Lindsay

    Congrats to you both! I can’t wait to hear all about Dallas through your blogging πŸ™‚

  4. Now I know why Dad and I have loved the TV show Dallas all these years–we had a child who would move there someday. Looking forward to visiting! Congrats to Matt on the job!

  5. Sonia

    Congratulations!!! I’m a long time lurker on your (and Kath’s!) blog (: I’m also from the Dallas area– a suburb in North Dallas called Plano. I’m so excited to start reading about your Texas adventures and maybe I’ll recognize some of the places you visit! I don’t currently live in Dallas though my parents do.

  6. Pamela

    Congrats! My brother-in-law and his wife also live outside of Dallas, and they absolutely love it (I think they’re the same age as you guys).

  7. Alison

    My husband and I moved from our Indiana home to Houston, TX almost 3 years ago and we have loved every bit of living in the Lone Star State! We moved for jobs as well and also have a ton of college friends who ended up down here. It’s hard being away from family sometimes, but also nice to “strike out on our own” and begin our careers in such a big exciting city. We got married about 6 months after we had moved down here so planning the wedding from a distance was interesting, but it all worked out πŸ™‚ Best of luck to both of you! Welcome to Texas!!
    ps- and yes- for someone who loves working out in the outdoors, TX is wonderful for year round sports! It does get hot, but I don’t mind it so much πŸ˜‰

    • Laura

      We are! I LOVE the area and can’t wait to try all the restaurants. We ate at Mi Cocina, Eatzi’s, Village Burger Bar, Breadwinners, and loved them all!!!

  8. Wonderful news! Welcome to my home state. I would love to move back to Texas one day, but for now I’m busy exploring other states. I hope you get to see more of the Lone Star state now that you’ll be living there. Explore the Hill Country, old dance halls, Texas BBQ, and some wonderful people.

    Best of luck to you and Matt!
    πŸ™‚

  9. Kristen D

    Been a long-time reader of KERF and just came across your blog… scrolled back once I saw you were in Dallas. I live in Dallas and would love to meet you! πŸ™‚

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