San Antonio Missions + Bark in the Park Night + Memorial Day Sales



Did you know that San Antonio has their own baseball team? When I found out, going to a game quickly became one of the top things I wanted to do in San Antonio. And then I heard about Bark in the Park, an event where you get to bring your dog to the game. And I knew that day was gonna be the day I watched a San Antonio Missions game!

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This Week in San Antonio + All White Outfit



I had the most relaxing time this weekend. Stayed in and just caught up on some much needed rest (and Netflix). We all need those weekends to just chill right? Especially when you have a busy week coming up! Also, it’s my last week before summer school starts next week. 🙁

So lately I’ve been working on networking and really getting to know some awesome people in my city! My search has lead to a lot of different organizations and functions that I think are worth checking out. This week is jam packed with events that I hope I can get to. If you’re in San Antonio, here’s some great events to check out this week!

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Brunch: Southerleigh at The Pearl



Full disclaimer, I don’t really like breakfast. I don’t know, just something about it. I would usually order something off the lunch menu when going out to eat in the mornings. But then I found out about brunch and my whole life changed. Cheesy I know, but it’s true love.

And then there’s the Pearl in San Antonio. Since the first time I went to the Pearl I fell in love with it. And with my boyfriend living so close to it, it became a place we went often. And good thing, because it’s where I have found some of my favorite brunch spots!

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Gardner State Park


Last September my boyfriend did the impossible, he took me camping.

Although I’ve always lived in small (country-ish) towns, my heart has always ached for big cities. So, when my boyfriend said he was planning a camping trip for the end of summer, I was a no-go! Don’t get me wrong, I love nature and the outdoors, but the thought of spending the night outside with bugs and heat, yeah no.

But somehow he convinced me and I lived to tell the tale. And surprisingly it wasn’t as bad as I had envisioned, and I have Gardner State Park to thank for that. You see, they are so used to seeing visitors each year that they know how to cater to all levels of campers.

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