Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Honeymoon in San Antonio

We don't have wedding pictures yet - other than the ones we linked to in the last post.  But we can share a few from the honeymoon in San Antonio.

Of course we have to start with the Alamo.

We took this one outside the Alamo. It's a super old live oak.

This is at Fort Sam Houston.  Milton is my grandfather.  His wife (Grannie) and daughter (Charmayne) are buried with him in that grave.  That cemetery is quite a sight.  The headstones seem to go on for miles.

This is the belt buckle that I wear.  The logo was Grandpa Brown's division logo (Second Infantry).  Some of his experiences are listed.  He was part of D-Day plus 1.  If I read history right, that means he helped storm Omaha Beach.  It is amazing I am even here.

Jeri Lin and I took some time one morning to do some temple work at the San Antonio Temple.  This is one of my favorite temples.  Partly because of some of the experiences I have had there.  My parents, Whitney, Kemp, and I did the temple work for Grannie Brown and were proxies for her sealing to Grandpa Brown.  My dad's family was finally sealed together.  The day we were there would have been Grannie and Grandpa's 67th wedding anniversary. They were originally married at Fort Sam in 1945, the end of WWII.

Our resort hotel was amazing.  This is probably the nicest bathroom I have ever seen in a hotel.

I really liked their kitchen also.  Neat colors.  It was fun to cook together, too. 

We had a great time in San Antonio.  Except for the Riverwalk.  It was drained for annual cleaning.  Lame.

Just so it is abundantly clear to everyone: I LOVE MY WIFE!

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