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Monday, March 07, 2005

Home Sweet Home

~After an emotional departure from New Castle on Saturday morning, I set out for that dreaded 11 hour trip back to Massachusetts. We didn't hit the road until 9:30a.m. This is later than usual but Big Daddy didn't get into New Castle from Virginia until 11:30p.m. Friday night.

~It was a beautiful day for traveling. The sun was shining and the roads were clear. We were all ready to get back to Littleton...back to our organized, peaceful and lonely lives.

Here are some highlights of our trip:

  • We spotted 54 deer along the way.
  • 6 of which were road kill
  • We spotted 14 hawks
  • 2 of which were eating the roadkilled deer
  • I thought a saw a moose in New York, only to have Big Daddy laugh the whole way to Connecticut because it was one of those wooden cut-outs.
  • We both had our eyes peeled all the way along I-84 because we actually thought we would see the same black bear in the same exact spot that we had seen a month ago on our way into New Castle. We are so optimistic like that!
  • We thanked God about 12 times for the invention of DVD Players for the car. We made it through the whole state of Pennsylvania without hearing a peep from the girls!
  • Big Daddy insisted that he could smell toast for about 3 hours straight.
  • Neither of the girls threw-up this time. Life just keeps getting better!
  • At a rest stop in New York, Isabella declared at the stop of her lungs that woman's shoes in the stall next to us looked like "boy's shoes, and they were ugly." We stood in the stall until I was sure that the lady with the ugly boy-like shoes was completely off the premises.
  • We stopped to eat at Cracker Barrel once we got into Massachusetts. Yey! Cracker Barrel is my second favorite place to eat!
  • We quickly realized we were in fact back in New England when we were dodging snow bullets off the "cahs" in front of us on 495.

~After we trucked our luggage through 18 inches of snow to get into the house...I threw myself on the ground (this really is quite normal behavior for me) and thanked God one last time for our safe arrival home. He was pleasantly surprised I was not talking about the DVD player again.

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    I hate that you left me :( I'm glad you made it back safe!

    Miss you Bunches...
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