I am so stoked to announce that I have been selected to be a guest blogger for the San Antonio Express-News. For those of you who don’t know me, this is the place I go to get my news and opinions about the business of food and entertainment. I have always enjoyed blogging, especially when it’s a part of a business I’m passionate about.
It was a great honor. I am very excited to talk to all of you and can’t wait to get to work on this very important subject matter.
This is the first time I’m writing for a newspaper, so I’m excited to get to talking about some of the many things I’ve learned about the future of food and entertainment. I’ve decided to focus on the food industry, as well as local business, entertainment, and social media. The more I talk about these topics, the more I’m sure the readership will love my blog.
I was born and raised in San Antonio, and have been a journalist for nearly 20 years. I can’t tell you how much I love San Antonio, but I know that my blog is here to stay.
I love San Antonio. I came to San Antonio after moving to the Houston area, and have been living here ever since. I lived in my first house in Houston for two years, and have been here at least five more times since then. I have no plans to leave San Antonio, although I would like to move to the Houston area. I want to keep my heart and soul here, and Im happy to be a part of the community.
San Antonio is a fascinating mecca for anyone dreaming of living in a city full of historic architecture, amazing cuisine, and amazing art. I grew up just a few miles from the downtown area and have spent more than a few hours downtown myself. It’s a city that is both welcoming and unapologetically “Texas,” and it’s a city I feel very blessed to call home.
San Antonio is an interesting city, but it’s always been a place that I feel a little self-conscious about living in. In a way, it’s my fault. I try to make it as easy as possible to be a San Antonio resident. I try to make it as stress-free an experience as possible. I want my home to feel welcoming and unapologetically Texas.
San Antonio is also a place that is always in the crosshairs of the city’s many identity issues. In San Antonio, you’re a San Antonio resident, but you’re also the person who makes that residency feel unapologetically Texas. You have to be willing to live with the city’s many tensions, be sensitive and accepting to its many ways of being.
I think San Antonio is in a great place to live, but I don’t think that San Antonio is in a great place to be a resident. I think San Antonio is a place where people can live without having to worry about where they’re going to eat next, or how many times their child will be suspended from the ceiling of their apartment for misbehaving, or how their ex is going to feel about them.
San Antonio is a great place to live. The people are really nice. It is filled with diverse cultural communities that are happy to have the city as their home. There is no real sense of “homogeneity” as an issue here, there are no ethnic groups, or any other kind of homogeneity. I have lived here almost all my life, and the people here are just as friendly, and just as relaxed as I’ve ever seen.