The Man and I have been in the lovely San Antonio almost a week now. I am feeling mucho better than when we arrived last Tuesday. Thank you for your well wishes.
For the most part, the weather here (and at home in our absence) has been cold, by our standards. One night, it got downright icy, and lasted into most of the following day. Since Cloud Nine and Goldilocks (aka my little CRV) have never had icicles hanging from their outer parts, I bundled up and documented the moment, as bloggers often do. Would you look at that?
On Friday, big sis and brother-in-law braved below freezing temperatures and icy road closings in Houston and drove to the Alamo city for the weekend. They'd planned this trip for several weeks and a little cold snap wasn't going to keep them away. Upon their arrival, they checked in at one of the beautiful hotels on the city's infamous Riverwalk.
Their window view from the top floor overlooked the hallowed grounds of the Alamo (seen in left photo). I took these pictures from their room one evening. I love the various colors of the city lights.
We spent the weekend gallivanting around, doing the double-dating thing. We had loads of fun.
I'm afraid we also ate way too much.
The Man and I plan to stay on a couple more days or so, before heading home. The weather man says the cold temps will be returning, with a possibility of snow here on Tuesday. Thank the Lord we have a great heating system in Cloud Nine, as well as plenty of quilts, coffee, and chocolate on board, so, let 'er rip, tater chip.
Until next time, dear friends, thanks for keeping me company. May you be cozy and warm wherever you are on this winter Monday morning. Love and hugs across the miles.