One day I walked into work at the Harman Building, and there was a herd of Cowboys, I mean real cowboys standing in the the hallway. They dressed like cowboys, walked like cowboys and even talked like cowboys. The first boy I ever dated was from Texas; he got me hooked on country music. He made me believe in Lyle Lovette's words, "that's right your not from Texas, but Texas wants you anyway." I fully bought into that idea. Then when I got my job, and found out I would be driving a truck, I fell back into cowboy nostalgia mode. That's how I feel every time I climb into that truck and go to work with my hands. What makes it even more interesting is the guys I work with are cowboys too. "We ride and never worry about the fall, I guess that's just the cowboy in us all."