Exploring Austin

This weekend Alex and I had absolutely no plans, which was nice but felt weird. Trying to have a lazy weekend really doesn't work for me. I always feel like there is something I need to be doing.  Saturday we headed to Baby Earth, and finally made the decision to buy cloth diapers. Geez, they are expensive, but I'm hoping the investment is worth it in the long run. The rest of the day we explored Burnet Rd in Austin...Upper Crust Bakery, numerous furniture stores, the Exotic Pet store (Wow...scariest place ever, and free entertainment for sure), and a few thrift stores.  That night we tried out a new bowling alley w/my bro and sis-in-law, Highland Lanes, and afterwards ventured in to the stinkiest adult arcade ever, Pinballz Arcade.

Sunday, we attended Austin Stone, which will most likely be the church we join. I'm excited to finally find a church to call home in Austin. We lounged most of the day watching Netflix, and saw the light of day to head to the movie theatre to see Bernie, which was hilarious.

I'm trying to enjoy lazy weekends, where it's just Alex and I, but honestly it's hard. I know I will regret this one day.

Bought this glider on Craigslist - $80

"King of the Castle". Alex's wishes he could have this chair in our living room.

Gotta love stretchy skirts
 Pinballz Arcade

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