Travel Blogs from Douglasville
I am creating this blog to help chronicle my upcoming trip to the Holy Land. First and foremost, I'd like to thank Kim for giving me the opportunity to make this journey. Without her support and encouragement, this would not be happening.
As I make this once-in-a-lifetime pilgrimage, I ...
... a split second he was dragging a scarf down the staircase, then he helped himself to the clean clothes in the laundry basket. Sadly to say, it was time for Mr. Beagle & Mr. Bear to head to their canine time share!
Tails wagging, the two of them climbed in the car, fighting over who gets the front seat.
Thank goodness our wonderful neighbor, Christy, takes Miss Kitty. I hear Kitty even has her own room at her house! ...
... brown eyes.We..oh well..it is the grand final of my journey in Baires and I give it all. I have not imagine I will dance like I have been dancing here.That I will feel how I felt. I realise that..tango..is really intense..like I am. In few years I will settle down.Have kids..Husband.And that is how I want it.But meanwhile I don't mind dancing like I danced in Baires. Jing and jang.Stripping of the layers of my personality-being bare naked.Me. I left at 5 am.The taxi driver ...
Well the last 2 weeks have been busy. My co-worker has been on vacation, so I have assumed his work on top of mine & it hasn't left much time for anything else, but I have found time here & there for planning my biggest trip ever!
So here's the finished product....
Yep- 16 states & approximately 6000 miles in 2 weeks. VERY ambitious to say the least I think.
The highlights of the whole trip for me will be:
Peggy is at Lisa's Bridal Shower
I came home from my KY work at 7 PM
Clothes strung everywhere on the bed.
Another last minute packing job.
I'm sure we will forget something.
But I took camera and battery charger out of camera bag to save space.
Will be glad when we get to the Vandeem ship tomorrow.