Alright, here goes. I am going to try my best to stay motivated enough to write a decent post about my first week in San Antonio. I apologize in advance if I begin to skimp with the details, but my mental state has been slowly deteriorating over the last few days due to my lack of human interaction.
I have officially been in Texas for one week now – I won’t count my arrival last Saturday because I didn’t get into town until after ten at night. I made the drive from Colorado Springs to San Antonio in one shot. I made two stops throughout the course of the fourteen hour trip for gas and to use the bathroom. I left Colorado Springs around eight in the morning and made my first stop in Clayton, New Mexico. Clayton was a smelly and ugly place so I was quick to get back into my car to drive. My car was packed with only a few things really; most of the stuff would just be put into the moving truck after our house is closed on. I made a makeshift clothes bar from some leftover PVC pipe in the garage and hung all of my clothes on it. Everything else was just packed into a medium sized luggage and my backpack. For the drive I had packed some sandwiches, a bag of animal crackers, and two bottles of Gatorade. I also brought a couple of apples and bananas (I like to eat, eat, eat, eeples and baneenees) so I would feel like I was eating healthy. Continue Reading »