Friday, December 2, 2011

Friday and Saturday in San Antonio

Bo Bo and his "little girls"

Friday morning we went on the Riverwalk Boat Cruise.  

This little guy is so funny!  You never know what will come out of his mouth.  He is quite the charmer!

 Family pic on the boat

You can look in this poor guys eyes and see he didn't feel good, but he sure loved the boat!  Poor guy had bronchitis which we found out turned into pneumonia.  He's much better now though!

Sam looks a little frustrated with AuntSa for making him take his eyes off the river to look at the camera!

You see why though---it's beautiful!

Friday night headed to the rehearsal dinner of my 2nd cousin

Saturday morning we were slow getting going due to our late night.  But once we got going, we went to the Witte Museum.  As you can tell from the pictures below everyone had fun and even learned a little science along the way!

 Saturday night before the wedding.

I have a few pictures to post of the rehearsal dinner and the wedding and then I will be done!


Anonymous said...

Keep em coming!

Anonymous said...

such fun! thanks for sharing...and you look beautiful!

Hooks Family said...

that is such a beautiful picture of y'all at the end!! It is def. a framer!!!

reflect scientific said...

My family and i should start spending times like this.

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