Last week, like I mentioned earlier, was busy.
Monday we drove to San Antonio with Ste's parents. Dwight had never seen the Alamo. What better time to check it out - along with the River Walk - then on St. Patty's day?
We decided to check out the other missions as well. We were a little too late to go inside, but that's okay.
Tuesday, Emmy decided to try her hand and flying and jumped off our neighbor's bunkbed. The urgent care doc said, "I don't THINK I see anything." You don't think? What do you mean you don't think you see anything? Whatever. She's limping around slightly still. I'm pretty sure it's just a strain.... I think.
Thursday I went into Lifetime Fitness and finalized my application process to become a cheer instructor for 3-6 year olds. When you stop laughing enough to catch your breath, I must admit that I'm really really excited. Mostly because I'll get a free membership (woohoo!) worth about $100 a month plus $300 worth of sign-up fees. I'll teach from 3:30 to 4:30 on Thursday afternoons. It's perfect because that is Steven's half day, so he'll be home to be with the monkeys.
Friday and Saturday nights our Stake performed an Easter program called "He Is Jesus Christ" by Rob Gardner. It's a really beautiful Easter program. Anyway, the Friday night performance was recorded for a local television network.
We made special arrangements to have the Easter Bunny come Friday night instead of Saturday night. Here are some pictures of the hunt.
Because we haven't mowed all winter, Bradley was understandably hesitant to search the weeds.