On my first full day we went downtown and went to "The Alamo."
I now know why they had to try to remember it...it's a lot tinier than I realized!
The next day we went to the Riverwalk.
So beautiful! It's amazing that it is hiding right in downtown San Antonio!
But, of course, I was way too distracted by my nephew to take any good pictures...oops.
I do have us getting saranaded at lunch, though!
And my mom, sister-in-law, and I under a pretty canopy.
[Isn't he just the cutest?!]
I FINALLY SAW THE HUNGER GAMES.
Remember how I posted about how obsessed I am with it?
Yeah, well, I recently moved and by the time I made friends everyone had already bought midnight showing tickets. I didn't feel so keen on going by myself...so I [not-so-]patiently waited...
I finally went.
Day 3 in San Antonio was chill.
I hung out with my family.
Looked at some potential future houses for my brother and sister-in-law.
Went out to lunch and had my very first taste of brisket in a burrito. Delicious!
Also. Got a million salsas... [I look really weird here...pay no mind]
The [supposed] last day was Easter!
I love Easter, it represents so much.
It represents my entire purpose here on this earth.
It represents the amazing sacrifice of my Savior, Jesus Christ.
And because of that sacrifice, it represents the opportunity I have to live again, and live with my family again. Live with that beautiful blue eyed boy again. Forever.
Well, my post should end right now.
But alas, it does not.
My flight to go home was that night, last night.
So I got to be so super lucky and go back to spend more time with my nephew.
And then wake up at 3:30 am to try for the first flight in the morning.
Didn't make it.
So instead I flew from San Antonio to Atlanta ["but wait!" I know your thinking.."isn't Atlanta the opposite direction??" Yes. Yes it is.]
So then from there I went to Salt Lake.
And now I am finally home.
Still tired after a nap, but so happy I had such a great spring break with the people I love!