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Throwback Thursday - Graham Wedding 1-29-11

I’ve decided to do a ‘Throwback Thursday’ series on the photography blog! I have lots of pictures I used to do for family, as freelance, as projects, etc. 78 more words

Bride

Alamo City

The ladies of the family took a mini vacation and decided to explore San Antonio several weeks ago. It was fun, we did all the “non-cliché” SA things (except for the Riverwalk, but who can skip that?) 

Adventures

Media Get Tour of New Center for Immigrant Women, Children

SAN ANTONIO, Texas — KSAT 12 News on Thursday toured a new detention facility in Karnes County that will house hundreds of Central American women and children who are being held as illegal immigrants in the United States. 332 more words

News

San Antonio, Texas

Our first day of touring in San Antonio provided us with a view of history, hidden gems, and peaceful waters. The Alamo sits in the middle of the tourist district and is the remains of the mission where the historic siege took place. 98 more words

Watch Tower and Powder House

The Watch Tower and Powder House stood about 2 km southeast of the Alamo on a hill commanding a view of San Antonio de Bexar near the road to Gonzales.   229 more words

Alamo

My Alamo Thursday at #RWA2014

My Thursday at the RWA 2014 conference included a lot of workshops and a side trip to the Alamo. Honestly, it was only a couple blocks, so Terry Spear, Susan Carlisle and I walked over and enjoyed a little respite from the crowds. 82 more words

Everyday Blather

Thoughts on my first RWA conference

Well, I made it through and thoroughly enjoyed my first RWA conference. In fact, it was my very first writing conference, ever.  For those of you who don’t write romances, this is the Romance Writers of America Conference, where a virtual nobody like me has the chance to meet talk with some of the leading romance authors in the world!  182 more words