We went to see his Mom and the family this past weekend. She is close to 90! It's a 600 mile trip and it's Spring Break what in the world were we thinking? Traffic, oh the traffic. According to the husband we will never go again at Spring break, ha ha.
As we go along 75 we usually stop at a rest area as we get closer and get one of those books that give you discounts on hotel rooms. We usually don't even make reservations. So many of the hotels I called this time were full or were outrageous prices. Almost deciding to sleep in our car while we were there (you can just hear that conversation and feel my mind racing thinking how that would work), I remembered the B and B in the mountains. God is good.
We rented the cabin and were so excited. Good price (better than the motels), wonderful beds, and so clean.
We bought groceries so we made breakfast and had a sandwich at night.
We bought 24 cans of our Luck's beans to bring back with us but we forgot the White lilly flour. I don't know guys we are helpless!
We celebrated our anniversary (44 years) by going to the Kruger Brothers concert at The Ark in Ann Arbor. The banjo player could play anything (bluegrass, rock, etc). Very talented both of the brothers and the bass player too.
I think we love each other now more than ever. Well, except for the sleeping in the car conversation. I never know if he is teasing!
Then we went to the butter fly exhibit in Grand Rapids with the grand kids. Now I'm tired and refuse to do anymore traveling for awhile. There's no place like home whereever you may be.
This is what we save our money for!
Hope you have had a wonderful break, if you have one in your part of the world.