The first day after my trip, I was so full of ambition: writing my blog, unpacking, doing laundry.
The last three days I have just been plugging along.
I went to the physical therapist on Tuesday for the start of treating my Interstitial Cystitis, IC for short. We talked a lot and went back to the beginning of time when I had chronic UTI's. We talked about propylene glycol (to be avoided) and my sex life, or lack there of. We talked of the frustration, of taking all these pills, not eating this and not drinking that, and constantly worrying about my pee!
I'm going too much, I am not emptying my bladder, it burns, it spasms and all are interfering with life as I know it! It made my trip less than desirable. (Where is the next bathroom?)
Well, today is Friday and I made it a few days of eating right and not having to take anything for pain!
So, on with the tour!
After visiting the cathedral, we visited the King William Historical District. I took many pictures of beautiful, restored homes. In San Antonio, they like to restore and not tear down. Many date to shortly after the civil war.
The flour mill which sis still productive. It was started by an immigrant from Germany. The home on the grounds is filled with many beautiful furnishings.
On the bus and on to El Mercado! We have an hour. It is suggested we eat at a Mexican Restaurant.
We had about 15 minutes left to explore the market. I wasn't into shopping, but I would have liked to look around more.
We then went on to the SAS (San Antonio Shoes) Factory store where we were met with warm employees offering even warmer oatmeal cookies!
On to the Rivercenter Mall!
....to be continued