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On my way from Dallas to Austin this evening I watched the most incredible thunderstorm roll across the Texas countryside. I was hoping to outrun the storm, but it escorted me for most of the drive... just on the outskirts of the storm... and just close enough to it that it often crossed my mind: what am I doing driving through this?!?!??! …
... seeing my niece and her new fiancé grow together, the sarcastic harassing back and forth with my Father(and **** jokes), the late night drinking tequila with my sisters and brother in laws, the exciting developing relationship with my son, the time spent "coaching" a young man that I helped raise, the talks and walks with my Mother, aka "My Hero", the traditional visit to hike and explore Enchanted Rock and the over indulging in ...
... gig at the w/e of a British band, good times :) Rainey street is odd but cool, they all look like houses then some are actually bars & restaurants it's awesome! Bangers had 2 pint steins too, which would have made the boys happy! They played fishing in the dark too, so I got caught singing in the toilet oops hehe! As I was waiting for the bus back to the hostel, a guy walked past wearing a pair of google glasses - how ur real - from the front ...
... it all seems a lot more real now. So it's officially summer for me! Which means the official start of my gap year. Graduation hasn't fully sunk in; it was all so hectic and overwhelming that I don't really think it has hit me that I'm done. I'm no longer a high school student. How strange. That being said, I can't wait to see what this year has in store for me and am looking forward to new beginnings! ...
... Antonio. We had two main things on the agenda, The Alamo, and the River Walk.
The Alamo is pretty much what you would expect. It's an old Spanish mission that's been repaired and altered over the years, and now they have added a museum, an IMAX theater, and a gift shop. We saw some artifacts, including Davy Crockett's bear-hunting knife and rifle and one of Jim Bowie's famous knives. We also saw a firing demonstration of an old rifle and watched a movie about ...
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