Anon

Fort Worth, TX

#49 Jun 12, 2012
Ex Blossomite wrote:
Well you have to live there to know. And I lived there for over 20 years and let me tell you it was no picnic. If you are not born or raised there they don't even acknowledge you. I married someone who has lived there his whole life and everyone thinks he is the best thing since sliced bread. Only they do not know who or what he really is. He always bragged about how many friends he had Iand how he had them all under his thumb. He lies, cheats, and the best con artist I have ever seen. It would be nice if everyone knew the truth about him, but I doubt anyone would believe it. He is a mental abuser and a cheater. I left and will never go back. That that is the kind of people that live there. They all watch each others back and will do anything to protect the others reputation. But you just have to live it to believe it.
So, are you saying that Blossom citizens are unfriendly or what? BTW - what is the population of Blossom. Guess I just need to research it more and learn a little about its history. But, I have heard that it is a cozy little sleepy town and everyone was very nice and friendly.
Anon

Fort Worth, TX

#50 Jun 12, 2012
I " googled " Blossom and looked at the photos . Can someone describe those other than the obvious ones such as the welcome sign, the post office and fire dept and church. There were a couple photos of a small pond, I think. Thanks
shamed texan

Paris, TX

#51 Jun 12, 2012
cash wrote:
<quoted text>thier there
...and dur

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Since: Dec 11

Under your bed.

#52 Jun 12, 2012
Anon wrote:
I " googled " Blossom and looked at the photos . Can someone describe those other than the obvious ones such as the welcome sign, the post office and fire dept and church. There were a couple photos of a small pond, I think. Thanks
LOL, Blossom made it on Google? I think you just described the whole town. Throw in Weezy's,the Shell store, and a ball field, and that's Blossom in a nutshell.
Anon

Fort Worth, TX

#53 Jun 12, 2012
Blah--Blah--Blah wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL, Blossom made it on Google? I think you just described the whole town. Throw in Weezy's,the Shell store, and a ball field, and that's Blossom in a nutshell.
lol. Yeah, you can google it and there are several links. I clicked on the one that had the photos. Was interesting. ha
I couldn't find a city map, though, that gave street names, Is it true that Blossom has only one stop sign and no signal lights? I think I might actually like living there. You know - get away from it all.
cash

Clarksville, TX

#54 Jun 12, 2012
need to up date google we now have i signal lite
Ex Blossomite

Arlington, TX

#55 Jun 13, 2012
Blossom actually does have a stop light and a lake near the baseball field. Yes it has a museum/library. It has 5 churches I think but do not remember all the denominations. But it is full of drug dealers. If you do not believe me just ask a sheriff officer and they could tell some stories. The older people are the nicest, it is their children who are the problem. But go to Weezy's and you will enjoy it. They make the best chicken fried steak and it is huge. The owners are actually very nice and so are the staff. The Kountry Kitchen is good as well and the owners are also very nice. I guess that is the nicest thing I can about Blossom. Now if I can just win the lottery and get out of Lamar county I will be a happy camper. LOL.
bubba

Blossom, TX

#56 Jun 13, 2012
Haha wrote:
<quoted text>$35,000 makes you rich? Didn't know I was so well off . lol
Blossom average home value $70,351
Paris average home value $62,469
cash

Clarksville, TX

#58 Jun 13, 2012
skippy wrote:
<quoted text>
have i signal lite
so glad you have ern
Be Careful

Paris, TX

#59 Jun 13, 2012
Be careful, but better off not stopping at the antique, haha IMO it's almost all replicas, shop on the east side of Blossom. White metal building. Buyer beware of purchases.
cash

Clarksville, TX

#61 Jun 13, 2012
are any of em antqies

Since: Feb 10

Powderly, TX

#62 Jun 13, 2012
Allem r
cash wrote:
are any of em antqies
Terry

Elgin, TX

#63 Jun 14, 2012
Ex Blossomite wrote:
Well you have to live there to know. And I lived there for over 20 years and let me tell you it was no picnic. If you are not born or raised there they don't even acknowledge you. I married someone who has lived there his whole life and everyone thinks he is the best thing since sliced bread. Only they do not know who or what he really is. He always bragged about how many friends he had Iand how he had them all under his thumb. He lies, cheats, and the best con artist I have ever seen. It would be nice if everyone knew the truth about him, but I doubt anyone would believe it. He is a mental abuser and a cheater. I left and will never go back. That that is the kind of people that live there. They all watch each others back and will do anything to protect the others reputation. But you just have to live it to believe it.
Leave Johb B out of this.He was born that way
Old Geezer

Paris, TX

#64 Jun 15, 2012
cash wrote:
how came every topic rnds up being about cash
Heck, everybody would like to have a little cash.
Okay

Paris, TX

#65 Jun 15, 2012
Ex Blossomite wrote:
Blossom actually does have a stop light and a lake near the baseball field. Yes it has a museum/library. It has 5 churches I think but do not remember all the denominations. But it is full of drug dealers. If you do not believe me just ask a sheriff officer and they could tell some stories. The older people are the nicest, it is their children who are the problem. But go to Weezy's and you will enjoy it. They make the best chicken fried steak and it is huge. The owners are actually very nice and so are the staff. The Kountry Kitchen is good as well and the owners are also very nice. I guess that is the nicest thing I can about Blossom. Now if I can just win the lottery and get out of Lamar county I will be a happy camper. LOL.
What is up with the Blossom lake? It has been closed for at least 2 or 3 years now.There used to be some pretty good fishing the when I was a kid.
Anonymous

Arlington, TX

#66 Jun 15, 2012
Okay wrote:
<quoted text>What is up with the Blossom lake? It has been closed for at least 2 or 3 years now.There used to be some pretty good fishing the when I was a kid.
Where is the Blossom lake? I don't ever remember seeing one there when I visited.
Formerblossomite

Paris, TX

#67 Jun 15, 2012
Okay wrote:
<quoted text>What is up with the Blossom lake? It has been closed for at least 2 or 3 years now.There used to be some pretty good fishing the when I was a kid.
The reason it is closed is because TECQ evaluated it after the Kitrna disaster. They made recommendations to bring the lake up to standards which was ignored by the council. They came back and told them what they had to do then.
They have spent several thousand dollars doing all the required testing and over 2 years ago Barney Bray donated time and equipment to clean and repair the dam. They still have done nothing with the spillway which is required. Texas New Mexico Power ran their power lines right down the middle of the dam years ago so they wouldn't have to clear trees in the area where their easment was, and now refuses to move them. The current mayor and council is setting on the dime just like the old days hoping it will go away instead of taking care of the problem and risk to houses down stream. It will eventually bite them in the b--- and then the people who live in Blossom will pay the price for their unwillingness or don't care attitude to resolve the problem.
Anonymous

Arlington, TX

#68 Jun 15, 2012
Formerblossomite wrote:
<quoted text>
The reason it is closed is because TECQ evaluated it after the Kitrna disaster. They made recommendations to bring the lake up to standards which was ignored by the council. They came back and told them what they had to do then.
They have spent several thousand dollars doing all the required testing and over 2 years ago Barney Bray donated time and equipment to clean and repair the dam. They still have done nothing with the spillway which is required. Texas New Mexico Power ran their power lines right down the middle of the dam years ago so they wouldn't have to clear trees in the area where their easment was, and now refuses to move them. The current mayor and council is setting on the dime just like the old days hoping it will go away instead of taking care of the problem and risk to houses down stream. It will eventually bite them in the b--- and then the people who live in Blossom will pay the price for their unwillingness or don't care attitude to resolve the problem.
Where is the lake??
cash

Clarksville, TX

#69 Jun 15, 2012
lake average 18 inches deep
Loopy

Powderly, TX

#70 Jun 15, 2012
That's what Freddie says.
cash wrote:
lake average 18 inches deep

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