Fort Bend a little bit “Canadian style” could go a long way
Sugar Land, please…Stafford, please…Missouri City, please…
Forget being “Gangum style!” As ethnically diverse as is Fort Bend County, not unlike many of the populated places in Canada along the coast bordering the U.S., Fort Bend County would really benefit from the polite personality experienced here.
This FortBendSTARSpotter is being sent from Vancouver and the beauty of this area is highly complimented by the gentle people exchange in this community. Obviously this helps the tourist industry since so many people flock over to enjoy the beauty in a friendly place albeit the weather could have something to do with it, too.
The real reason for being here is to celebrate my daughter’s wedding that took place in a not so well known island in Canada called Cortes Island three ferries away from Vancouver.
This week’s “star” is my daughter, Daniela, married to Canadian Derek Freeman and they are about to make their home in Fort Bend. She attended some Fort Bend ISD schools, graduated from St. Agnes Academy and more recently from the University of Houston.
Our Fort Bend kids seem to really want to stay here. This is particularly evident in Missouri City’s Quail Valley, which has up to three same family generations living there, and for realtors that’s bound to be a selling point.
So lets really get our act even better tweaked with some more politeness and shine up this part of the Lone Star state’s star… with the kind of sweetness the mere name of Sugar Land, central to Fort Bend, brings to mind. It may turn out that other areas may want to be “Fort Bend style!”