I spent the morning fishing on Brushy Creek. After a long week in Tulsa, I thought the break would be nice. I ended up spending about 5 hours fishing at a couple of my favorite spots.
It was a good morning to fish, even though none of the new flies I tied over the last few weeks worked for me. It was relaxing to get out there and forget about everything but chasing some Guadalupe bass. I caught a few, but taking iPhone pictures while wading makes me nervous, so you’ll have to settle for a view of the creek instead of my catches.
Lindsey spent the morning at her family’s booth at Wimberley Market Days. She had a good day and enjoyed it as always.
It’s nice to be able to go and do the things we love on our own. I haven’t asked Lindsey about this yet, but I am finding that mornings spent apart like this don’t make me glad to be away, but rather make me enjoy our times together more.
So, when I got back home and she was not far behind we had a great afternoon. We got the house ready for our family lunch tomorrow (she did more of that than I…), we went to the grocery store, and I made some pretty killer tequila fish tacos. It was a pretty great, normal Saturday.
We are both really looking forward to tomorrow. The Austin Stone is having our big Easter service at the Erwin Center. Lindsey’s family is coming with us and then coming over for a big, home-cooked lunch. It will be our first time hosting family in our home as “the Lundins.” All in all, it should be a pretty great day celebrating the Resurrection.