Wool Hay! During spring break, our family took a few days to visit friends in Andrews, Texas.
First of all, I prefer to say Texsuz, where almost everybody drives a pick-up truck. There may be a rule that they have to be white, I’m still unsure on that part.
The motto for Andrews County from their website is, “Between the Land of Enchantment and a whole other country.”
Ironically, the population for each based on 2014 or 2015 statistics is about 17,000, but there were some incredible differences I found while visiting there.
My friend is a teacher at Devonian Elementary. The approximate size of the school is about that of Chamisa Elementary. The school is only for second- and third-grade students.
The school had locker rooms and separate gymnasiums, for boys and girls.
We discussed the local high school where there were so many differences, I found myself asking if it was a public school.
Here are just a few to ponder. Students are allowed no colored hair, no jeans with holes, shorts and skirts no shorter than four inches above the knee, no flip flops, no facial tattoos, no spaghetti straps, top and bottom garments should not expose skin while bending or stretching.