I was there about 25 years ago. It's amazing, isn't it? Hope you had a good time visiting your girl!
I'm all ears, Cheryl. Can't imagine what those memories are/were. . . Vaguely heard of the Alamo. Ah, what it is to have a history in another country and place. Looking forward to hearing yours sometime. (Glad you liked the logo)
It was fun! What a nice trip we had. Where did you get those pictures???
Oh I am so jealous!1 We absolutely love Texas and would love to retire around Austin when Miss Sam leaves for college! Isn't San Antonio awesome?
I am a lover of Texas, and my daughter Sara was born there. Now I have to say I'm a little disappointed that this is one of those "to be continued" type of blogs - but I'll be waiting to hear the rest of the story...just don't keep me waiting to long!
What a tease, I'm with Pat, don't wait to long !:)Deborah
I'm with Pat and Deborah ... you are teasing us along. Now go let that deep thought get posted.
I love the thought of good things being embedded - sometimes it seems like only the bad want to dig deep.Looks just like I would imagine and great fun!
i've only been to texas twice but never there.
Antiquity can be haunting. All the souls whose feet and hearts have journeyed over the stony floors and leaned with exhaustion upon the rocky walls. . . how many times did Holy Spirit swoop down as the One Who Comes Beside Us and strengthen and encourage His war-weary soldiers?Look forward to hearing more on this from you!
maybe that will be our next vacation...still rethinking any vacation in august!!now come on w/the thought.
Never been to Texas but would love to hear of your trip....do share:-)
mision san antonio de valero... wish i could go to texas to see this myself. really nice.
I'm looking forward to hearing too. We used to live in Corpus Christi so I've been to the Alamo a few times. Pretty amazing.
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