Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Texas Travels

Last Thursday, we headed to the Lone Star State for a lot of fun with good friends and family. We got to stay at the Merritt Bed and Breakfast that even comes with a complimentary car during your visit! We made it to the Alamo and the Riverwalk (more than once) as we enjoyed the perfect weather in San Antonio.

Their were many great memories from the trip filled with so many amazing friends. I'll have to say the Masquerade Ball was unlike any event I've been to before. There was even a magician before dinner was served! It was a blast getting dressed up and Tara, Melissa, and I thoroughly enjoyed helping each other get ready. Check out all of our fun pictures!

Colby (went to Baylor with Steph) and his wife, Joanna

David & Beth Merritt...Such wonderful hosts! Thank you!

Steve & Tracy Preskenis...Tell Wesley hi for us!

Claire (Steph's cousin) and her husband Lucas

Us on the Riverwalk

The Fellas from Adam's high school days

Melissa, Me, & Tara

Henry VIII (Paul) and Anne Boleyn (AndreAna)

The Fellas again...

The Jolleys & The Parkens getting ready to party!

Don't you just love these masks?!

Random Fact from Adam: "About a quarter of the water used inside a house is flushed -- more than 18 gallons a day -- according to the American Waterworks Association." Thanks to the Raleigh News & Observer for that. To answer your next obvious question, yes, this Random Fact will segue into Adam's FIRST EVER post later this week.


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