Our South Texas Getaway | Visiting Family & Friends

Today I just wanted to share a bit of our trip to South Texas earlier this month.  The main reason for our trip was to photograph Debbie + Oscar's wedding in Corpus Christi, TX and being that I have some family and friends in the area (about an hr from Corpus) my sister tagged along for a bit of a getaway too and we all got to see some childhood friends and family we hadn't seen in many years. Jason and I took advantage of the time away without the kiddos and took a little belated wedding anniversary side-trip to San Antonio, TX!  A huge thanks to my parents and brother-in-law for watching them ;) 

Here's me & my sister in front of the house where I was born (yup, I was born in there) and grew up in until I was 10 years old.  

Here's me & my sister in front of the house where I was born (yup, I was born in there) and grew up in until I was 10 years old.  

Horses and chickens at my cousin's house! She loves the country life! Me, not so much....

Horses and chickens at my cousin's house! She loves the country life! Me, not so much....

But it was fun visiting :)

But it was fun visiting :)

This guy being my "sexy model" while we were scouting for photo spots for the wedding in Corpus Christi! 

This guy being my "sexy model" while we were scouting for photo spots for the wedding in Corpus Christi! 

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Sunday Funday! Hanging out with friends and family.  It was a mini-reunion :) So much fun!!

Sunday Funday! Hanging out with friends and family.  It was a mini-reunion :) So much fun!!

Getting a little work done on the porch! 

Getting a little work done on the porch! 

At the Alamo in San Antonio with my love!

At the Alamo in San Antonio with my love!

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Jason and I crammed a 4.80mile run along the River Walk, couples massages, a little shopping, and some yummy food & drinks in our 2 days in San Antonio.  That's really one of my favorite cities!  It was a fun trip, can you tell?  What's one of your favorite cities?