After cleaning we went to the IMAX. Last time I went to the IMAX was to see Alice and Wonderland and it was a bit disappointing. But this time I knew I wouldn't and couldn't be disappointed watching a movie full of baby elephants and baby orangutans. It was like hollywood was ease dropping when I came back from the Waco zoo and couldn't stop talking about the one dreaded up orangutan. Oh they are the cutest! I probably could get on a plane right now to Africa and volunteer as a surrogate mother for the baby orangutans. The hard part was finding a candy bar and getting Matt to stop acting a fool in public. :)
After the short movie it was time to discover somewhere to eat. Matt and I like rummaging around to find new great places to eat. We have been pretty successful, I think we have been everywhere in the greater Austin area. I don't know how Rasta Pasta on the drag got past me. I guess I have to give some credit to Alyssa Grisham who introduced me to Rasta Pasta on a senior Spring Break trip. There is not much I remember from the trip to Breckenridge, but I do remember LOVING Rasta Pasta. As soon as we drove past I screamed. "Nooo Wayyyy!!! Really! Matt turn this beast around." I quickly realized Matt and I didn't share the same excitement, but the food was great and Matt Loved it.
I somehow convinced Matt that taking me to the Dress Shoppe off Congress was a good idea,but finding clothes to wear now that I am a married Mormon is harder than you would think. But it was a great day full of new adventures. I would highly recommend both Born to be Wild in IMAX and Rasta Pasta. Soooo.... your welcome, and let me know what you think.