Matt and I flew down to Dallas on a Friday evening after work earlier this month. The flight was nothing short of interesting as I tried a new drug said to "knock me out." Unfortunately I could not get comfortable on the plane. I would describe it as someone giving you a sleeping pill and then not letting you sleep. I was miserable. And drugged up. So Friday = Fail.
Saturday though = BEST DAY EVER. Want to know why? Because I got to meet Shabby Princess!! She's been a bloggy bestie of mine for some time now and I simply could not wait to see her face.
No surprise, she was the cutest thing I have ever seen. And hilarious. Exactly like I thought she would be. We had a lovely meal and then ended our visit with my first trip to Sprinkles!
I seriously cannot get over her cuteness. Sad face that she does not live closer :(
The remainder of our evening was spent at a wedding for Matt's cousin. She got married outside. In Dallas. In June. It was 104.
But it was beautiful. And Lauren was the most gorgeous bride. Just gorgeous.
The rest of the wedding was indoors, thank goodness! We had such a lovely time visiting with family we hardly ever get to see.
Sunday morning we headed south! First stop...Dublin, TX. What's in Dublin you ask? Well, the Dr. Pepper factory of course. To say Matt loves Dr. Pepper is the understatement of the century. It's definitely his go to drink....and in Dublin they make it with pure cane sugar...no high fructose corn syrup here. Apparently it's great. Honestly, I'm not a huge fan. Don't tell Matt, okay?
We got to take a tour of the bottling factory and hear all about the history of Dr. Pepper. Hubs was in his element for sure!
After our quick detour, we headed down to Austin! We saw a live show that night at The Continental Club which was really neat. I have no idea who we saw, but Matt was into it so I was happy. Plus they sold Doritos at the bar so this pregnant woman was pleased at punch!
We finished our night with a yummy dinner on the patio at Moonshine. Delicious!
Next up, Baby R. throws up in every major city in Texas.
Well, I'm not kidding, but I'll save you those details.
For real next up....more Austin and Houston!