In mid-June, my family and I left Alabama to move to the DC area. We stayed about a week for SuperHubby to get a few things squared away with his new job, then we took off to drive to Kansas to visit family.
You know what that means, right?
Lots and lots of opportunities for fun.
So this week, in
Since my family is moving to the Washington, D.C. metro area, I’m making a resolution to visit these awesome sites in and around my new hometown sometime before next July 4th. On my own, I know I could do all this in about a month. But with Squeaker and Buttercup (and Munchkin, when he’s
We’re on vacation now, but last week, we were in temporary base lodging. It was a hotel room with two beds, a dinky little kitchenette, and a table with three chairs. After a few days, the kids got a little stir-crazy if they were in the room too long, which meant dinner time got interesting.
Moving lends itself to interesting adventures. Last week, SuperHubby and Munchkin stayed in Alabama to finish packing and cleaning our house there while Squeaker, Buttercup, and the two cats and I headed up toward DC. In the first two nights on the road, my children (mostly Buttercup) did a lot
I mentioned yesterday that SuperHubby took me to a military ball in downtown Montgomery the other night. We had a great time with good friends that we’ve made over the last year… and then it was time to go home.
As per our usual tradition after military balls, I drove home. But we had
SuperHubby has spent the last year in a training program, and this past weekend we went to his graduation ball. We got dressed up all fancy and said goodbye to friends we’ve made over the last year.
And, because I love you all, I captured the best snippets of conversation from the night to share
Today is my last day in the South. Well, maybe not my last-ever day, but my last-for-the-foreseeable-future day. So today, I’m celebrating a bunch of things that I love about the South, and I hope these bring a smile to your face too!
SuperHubby was working in the garage the other night in preparation for our move. He called me out to show me his progress. “Look, honey! I cleaned out a whole bin of camping food!”
“Um,” I said, eyeballing the garbage can, “we haven’t been camping since before