there’s no place like home : texas part two

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Saturday morning my mom dropped us off in downtown Houston to spend time with Whitney’s family and attend his cousin Jason’s wedding reception dinner. As we were driving to the dinner, it started pouring rain. We practically haven’t seen rain in seven months living in LA, so it was definitely a change of pace. The dinner was a nine course Chinese dinner, and there were over 100 people in attendance. Now, I’m still eating vegetarian, but I have had fish just a couple of times. I decided to eat the seafood at this dinner, or else I wouldn’t be eating at all!

I didn’t take my camera with me, so I only have a handful of phone photos (though I’m sure I can get copies of “real” camera photos from all of Whitney’s relatives later). My mother-in-law borrowed my phone and took most of these. I’m also wearing a little black (lace) dress my mama bought me the day before from Langford Market (obsessed with this store). It’s about time I have one of these.

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Kids love Whitney, can’t you tell? This is Jason’s new stepdaughter, who is so sweet (and maybe a little hyped up on cake). Congratulations Jason and Sheena on your marriage and new family! πŸ™‚

-wonderland sam

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actress/texan kickin' it in los angeles. always searching for my next pizza. cia agent in another life.

3 thoughts on “there’s no place like home : texas part two

  1. You guys are beyond adorbs! I live in Houston and coming from Iowa five years ago the climate is quite a change. You give up all the cold for all the warmth, rain, and loud thunderstorms. I can’t complain… even hot it’s a nice place to live πŸ˜€

    Congrats to the happy couple.

    1. Yeah, my husband is a born and raised Texan, and I lived there most of my life, so we will always consider ourselves Texans. πŸ˜‰ We miss it a lot, but nothing can beat the weather of Southern California!

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