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Texans in 2022 enjoyed a return to some semblance of normalcy after the two worst years of the pandemic. Indeed, some of us were back to form in exhibiting a certain genius for the awful and the bizarre. (Just survey our annual Bum Steer Awards.) But residents of the Lone Star State, along with the occasional visitor, showed an even stronger propensity for acts of kindness, for impressive achievements, for love of flora and fauna, and, at times, for plain ol’ good luck. Read on and bask in the warm glow of the best our state has to offer.An unidentified young trick-or-treater in Cypress who was dressed as a taco refilled a candy bowl left outside a home with his own treats, after two other…
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