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Showing posts with label vacation. Show all posts
Showing posts with label vacation. Show all posts

Thursday, March 19, 2015

More Thoughts

Vacation has given me more time to think, dangerous I know, and here are my thoughts for this week. Have you ever watched a spider spin its web? And if so, just what part of its anatomy does the silk come from? With that in mind, comes Spiderman spinning webs from his fingers. I DON'T THINK
Sweet cheeks with or without the web.
SO! My daughter says it's because he got bitten on the arm, but I don't see the threads coming out of his spider bite, either. I guess they'd have to have a hotter Spiderman than Toby Maguire if the webs came from the correct spot. Plus, it might be hard to fight criminals if Spiderman had to pull his pants down every time he wanted to take a weave.

I agree. Andrew Garfield is better looking than Toby Maguire, but then again, Garfield is a cat. He just might squish his character with his cat-like charm. I think I've spoken enough on this topic.

Next topic.

I was flipping through the channels and noticed we have Showtime this week. Personally, I didn't see much on Showtime that I wanted to watch, but I was entertained by the titles of the listed movies. Check this out.

Hmm. What to watch? Since the only kind of breasts I like are the ones you eat from a chicken, I think I'll skip Breast Friends and Father Knows Breast. I like men, so an Erotic Ms Dracula isn't going to do anything for me, nor are Nude Monsters in Colorado. Aren't most monsters usually nude anyway? So it's between Sex Door Neighbors and Sexpresso. You'll be proud to know, I snapped the picture and moved on without watching any of these flicks with the great titles.

And these are my vacation thoughts. Tune in on Sunday night for more fun with music!

LOL! I love cracking myself up. I hope this was good for you, too.

Friday, November 11, 2011

Writer's Post: Vacation

This week's Writer's Post topic is Vacation; however, don't you have to take one to write about it? Thanks to our wonderful Veteran's, I'm home today, but it's not a vacation. I'm on staycation. That means I spend my day off blogging.

Bermuda Honeymoon - 1986
Way back before sending kids to college or soccer tournaments, we used to take great vacations. Mitchell and I honeymooned in Bermuda. Nothing like riding a motor bike among the flowers.

After Bermuda, our vacations took a different feel when we added kids to the trip. The favorite game was "Let's Make Dad Mad." You pack the car and kids for a long drive, then listen to squabbling from the back seat until Dad stops the car–before we get off the driveway! We'd sit outside the house with my husband muttering, "We're not going. We're not going." Eventually the tears flooded the backseat and off we went.

We had some notable vacations, such as the time two kids threw up on the baby in the backseat of the van. At least kids can take baths and the car was a rental. Or the one where the daughter got lost in the museum and sent us into panic mode.

It could always be worse. Knock on wood, we never came home with broken bones like my first family did after French Lick, Indiana. I was soooo mad at my brother and sister for cutting our vacation short because they rode a bicycle built for two on the horse trail!

So sad!
Now our vacations come down to visiting the kids, which is awful since they chose boring places to live in. Our poor son lives in a city with nothing to do and horrible weather. He had to buy a boat to sail in the Charleston Harbor. Poor kid! Why would anyone want to live in a place with beautiful people, weather, and those awful palmetto trees all over the place?

At least she gets to play in snow.
Then there's our middle daughter who lives outside a culturally backwards small town. What's she supposed to do on the week-ends? Take a smelly subway to DC and visit museums? Such a boring place for a history major. (In case you didn't know, DC's subways are spotless)

Erica meets interesting people.
I feel sorriest for my baby who chose to go to school in Orlando. Poor kid is forced to ride those scary roller coasters at Universal Studios because the beach is too far of a drive. And the weather, yuck! She never gets to wear a coat or play in the snow.

How can we take vacations when our kids are living them?

Here's a clip from the best vacation ever!

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Wordless Wednesday: Kennedy Space Center

Having a "blast" in Orlando! We're here for our daughter's college orientation. We arrived a few days early so we could play tourist. I even rode on a shuttle blast off simulation ride. For someone who hates motion and likes to keep her feet on the ground, this was big!

Here are some vacation pics.

Mitchell and Me Being Spacey.

Erica and Mitchell having a Blast

As Erica sets out for the new world of college, she is a true "Explorer."

"To infinity and beyond!" 
~Buzz Lightyear, Space Ranger

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