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Friday, June 03, 2005

Searcy: "Where thousands live like millions wish they could."

Originally uploaded by dtseawel.

Well, this is the last post from Searcy, AR. The next time I will put anything on here will be from H-town (Houston, TX for those of you not down with the lingo, ha). I am pretty excited about the move and will try to keep you updated on what is going on. I am headed out tomorrow (Saturday) at 8am and will drive about 8-9 hours; pray that I stay awake :)

I have to make one last Wal-Mart run tonight so I better get off this computer.

Oh, I couldn't resist the title of this entry. For those of you who are not from Searcy, that is the new slogan :) Hope to talk to some of you soon!


At 6/04/2005 12:23 AM, Blogger Lindsey said...

HA! I love it! The slogan cracks me up everytime I seen that stinkin' sign! Happy Moving Day! Enjoy the drive!

At 6/04/2005 11:15 PM, Blogger Jeremy said...

Derek, I love it!! I never got to tell you Dustin congratulations. I also wanted to say good luck in Houston. I know it'll be great.


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