We spent yesterday in Kemah with our nephew Jason and his beautiful girlfriend, Sandra. What a fabulous time! We rode so many fun rides; including the roller coaster (in which my eyes remain closed during the entire ride, and the Drop Zone.
Ugh, that Drop Zone was scary, but a lot of fun! Sara, myself and Sandra rode first. While going up, we were amazed by the scene as day was slowly coming to an end--the evening sky dressed in the perfect blue and the sounds of summer spilling out against the horizon. We discussed how we would survive if we were to fly out--we came to the conclusion that we were simply out of luck! Just as we began to squirm, we dropped. I do not think I have ever held my eyes so tightly shut, but I was not about to look!
And the roller coaster was a bit bumpy, but was just enough to frighten me. I have no idea why I am such a chicken when it comes to coasters, but I really am working on getting better. The ride was fun. ;)
The roller coaster was a bit bumpy, but was just enough to frighten me. I have no idea why I am such a chicken when it comes to coasters, but I really am working on getting better. The ride was fun. ;)
We also rode the Ferris wheel, where Stefan and I kissed. ;)
(Above: "One Fall Evening at Kemah Boardwalk"- KDPhotoman)
After a few rides and the delicious daiquiris that we sipped, we had a late dinner inside Joe's Crab Shack, where Stefan and I shared dungeness crab nachos and chatted with everyone. I never thought I would enjoy anything that like "Crab Nachos", but they tasted fabulous! I sensed a hint of cream cheese within the mixture and simply must have that recipe! They definitely have become a quick favorite of mine.
We really had a great day, it felt good to just relax and smile. The food and drinks were was delightful, surrounded by great conversation and friends. The night was extremely beautiful along the water--the view was unforgettable.
We spent the night there and have arrived back home. I cannot wait to go back.
Wednesday, May 04, 2011
Babbled by Cher Ferroggiaro at 3:55 PM