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And that little bucolic area northish from you where the streets are like tree-lined, winding country lanes, was already very exclusive. You'll get the overflow from that when you decide to leave.

If you mean northwestish - it's no longer that little, and not as bucolic. Still exclusive, but also growing like gangbusters. You can imagine the look on my face driving through there now. "WTHF?!"

Next time you're at that intersection by TMS, you'll be gobsmacked. It is BSC with the development. Similar thing with Roanoke, especially at the 114/377 intersection.

I met a co-worker for lunch at Brio in Southlake-Town-Square-Upscale-Mall-Shop-O-Rama. It was fairly nice, even better when it's paid for by the company. I usually only stop in the Town Square when I have coupons for Corner Bakery or to mail some bills.

They're putting up hotels around here now. In fact, there's been carploads of development just in this town since we moved in less than 5 years ago.

We'll make it down to your neck of the woods sometime. The sad truth is that it's easier for us to fly 3 hours away than drive. Ah well.

-synchronicity
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