Your daughter can give you (and also as many other persons as she likes, for that matter) $14K or less each year as a gift without needing to file a Federal gift tax return.
She does not have to report the money anywhere on her Federal income tax return or anywhere else.
In particular, she does not get to deduct that money in arriving
at what is called the Adjusted Gross Income or the Taxable Income on her income tax return. In other words, that $14K is coming out of money which she has in her bank accounts, and on which she has already paid income tax. All she has to do is write you a check or hand over cash or buy you a car or whatever. (But be aware that the $14K exemption applies to the totality of all gifts given to you by your daughter that year, including birthday, anniversary, Christmas presents etc., not just cash or check).
You, as the recipient, do not need to declare the $14K that you will receive from her as income and pay income tax on it to the Federal Government. You don't owe gift tax either (even if the gift exceeds $14K in any year): gift tax is assessed on the donor, not the recipient (except in very unusual circumstances).
Since Texas has no income tax, there is no State income tax issue for you either. Some of this may be inapplicable if you and/or your daughter are not US citizens or US tax residents or if State gift tax rules have different exemptions in the State in which your daughter resides.