Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Brother and I ran a local 5K on Friday. It was a night run… with glow sticks. Yesssssssssss. He’s way faster than me but slowed so we could stay together. Nice boy. I like group runs. They are my favorite.
Saturday morning, LinsMet came by and we left for a weekend in San Marcos!

But first, some wheatgrass.


LinsMet and I drove. LinsMet and I talked. LinsMet and I planned future Google searches.

LinsMet arrived in San Marcos, home of KatMaHa!

Wahoooo!

After some queso, breakfast tacos and tortillas, we rented SUNDAY SCHOOL MUSICAL. Sadly, what could have been the best movie of the month, was in actuality, the worst.

What in GGE?






Moving seamlessly into the next activity, the three of us went to Austin where we went shopping at Anthropology! Kat and I bought each other aprons :) Then we went to pick up Tam and Kat’s cousin, Dane! The four of us paraded around Whole Foods (A) looking for free samples (B) in shock of all the deliciousness (C) drinking juice (wheatgrass for Kat and Dane, carrot/celery/jalapenos/bell pepper/cilantro for me) (D) planning what we would eat if we weren’t going out for dinner.

To dinner! We ate at Magnolias where Seth Caron joined up for a few bites of leftovers and a trek up a mountain with stairs. Once up there, Kat, Dane and Seth climbed up on a structure to see a better view. The wind was blowing. We were worried someone might die.

But no one did, and we left with the memories of beautiful lights and shady people.

Saturday…





There were thousands of kites… thousands of them. Most wavering within feet of the ground, the colors and strings, and folks commandeering them all mixed together.


Super duper fun.








We couldn’t always get the kite up, but Kat’s a pro.
























I love San Marcos.

4 comments:

tamara said...

lovely. wish i could have been there.

Linsey said...

i wish you were there too tam. fantastic photos!!!

Kat said...

I have so much fun with you... sometimes I forget about the flying monkeys :)

steph-a-ronie said...

I wish you were there, too, Tam.