My blog has moved! Redirecting...

You should be automatically redirected. If not, visit and update your bookmarks.

Tuesday, September 28, 2004

We're Home!

We had a really great vacation. The children behaved incredibly well, especially on the L-O-N-G car ride. Rob and I kept looking at each other wondering when the angels in the car with us were going to be replaced by our real children ;-)

Disney World was much more fun that we had thought it would be also. The only park we didn't like was the Magic Kingdom. We think the "magic" is that walking through the gates turns seemingly ordinary adults into pushing, obnoxious, lunatics and their children into tantruming brats. I have never before in my life seen more unhappy children and stressed out adults in one place.

I'll write more about our vacation later, but I'll leave you with some random thoughts about the trip in no particular order:

Whenever the baby falls asleep in the car it will be time for one or more of the children to immediately need us to stop for a potty break.

Once you hit South Carolina on the I-95 corridor, you can buy fireworks, cheap cigarettes, and see naked women 24 hours a day, or alternatively *read* about being able to do these things on billboards every 100ft or so.

New Jersey is my least favorite state, and even though I have not been to all 50 states I maintain the position that I will not find one I hate more.

Palmetto bug is just a nicer sounding word for BIG FREAKING COCKROACH.

All buildings in the south are required to set their air conditioning temperature to match that of their refrigerator.

Slinkys are not the best in car toy, unless you like getting hit in the back of the head with them.

Never point out anything you see on the side of the road, no matter how big and obvious you think it might be, because one or more of the children will invariably NOT see it and be very upset.

Hotels off of I-95 that advertise their weekly rate are not somewhere you want to spend the night, neither are the ones that offer an hourly rate.

By the time you get your rain poncho on in the driving FL rain, you will be soaked. Don't even bother.

I am not impressed that you can count the number of children I have outloud while pointing. I am even less impressed when you count wrong.

Taking my tantruming fighting children out of line for a ride to regroup themselves is not "mean" nor does it make me a "bitch". It is called good parenting. Try it sometime.

Never put your 8 yr old ADHD child in charge of gathering up all the music CD's in the house and putting them into a CD binder for the trip. You will end up with all the reject music you didn't like enough to unpack from the moving boxes and every CD of annoying children's music you own.

Making fun of other people with your spouse really is a fun pastime.


Blogger Sherry said...

Glad to see you made it home safe.

6:53 PM  
Blogger Kim said...

Welcome Home! Can't wait to hear the rest of the stories. It's good to know the trip didn't drive your sense of humor away!

Hurry! Unpack and get typing! LOL

7:15 PM  
Blogger Gretchen said...

It's good to see you made it home safe and sound from any hurricanes, both inside and outside of your van! Glad to hear it went better than you anticipated. I look forward to hearing more!

10:02 PM  
Blogger Admin said...

Wow, what a great site. I will bookmark this site and return often. It's nice to see sites like this.

Please visit my website and let me know what you think. Disney

1:42 PM  
Blogger Admin said...

Wow, what a great site. I will bookmark this site and return often. It's nice to see sites like this.

Please visit my website and let me know what you think. Disney World Vacations

12:55 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said... -- About -- FAQ -- Signup -- FREE GUIDE -- Latest News

This is no scam. This is a genuine offer for you to earn some good cash for doing nothing but drive a car.
Get Paid To Drive in UK Now

The BIGGEST advertising coup has been taking the United States of America by storm and now it's
available in the United Kingdom! Companies will pay you a monthly fee to display ads on your car!

We offer an introduction to the UK companies that are operating in a fantastic new media, Car Wrapping. You will have seen the promo cars driving around in your area and possibly thought the driver worked for the company.

Get Paid To Drive in UK Now

You were most likely wrong. The driver was driving around in a free car or was being paid. Now you can have access to all the companies in one place.

Get Paid To Drive in UK Now

People all over the World are being paid to drive their cars and now if you live in the UK you can also be paid. By simply driving their car the way they ordinarily would, they are also making up to £1200 per month!

If you are willing to drive your car with a company advertisement on it to your job, the shops, school runs etc., there are companies in the UK looking to pay you to do this - GUARANTEED. This is an ideal way for anyone to earn some additional income!
Companies want to give you money for you to DRIVE your own car. They just add advertisements on your car. That's it!

Get Paid To Drive in UK Now

WHAT'S THE CATCH? There isn't! You can drive as you normally do and get paid for it
Who Qualifies...

You must be 18 years of age or older, possess a valid drivers license and fill out the required application for each programme you wish to join.
You must be a citizen or permanent resident of one of the The United Kingdom.
Get Paid To Drive in UK Now

Your driving record, driving habit, location etc will be taken into consideration by the advertiser during the selection process. Most companies require a minimum monthly driving mileage and a clean driving record (at least no driving offences within the past 12 months). does not pay you to advertise and cannot guarantee your acceptance into any programmed you sign up for. We can, however, guarantee the legitimacy of these programs and the application process.
Get Paid To Drive in UK Now

In the event you have been convicted of a driving offence, driving under the influence of drugs/alcohol, or had more than two serious motor accidents in the last two years, we cannot guarantee that your application will be accepted and strongly urge you not to continue any further.

Please visit our frequently asked questions section if you have further questions. Alternatively you can email me at
Yours Faithfully,

Get Paid To Drive in UK Now

3:34 PM  

Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home