Thursday, July 14, 2011

Everything but the Kitchen Sink

Hey all!

I hope everyone is having a fabulous week....!

We're getting ready to drive home tomorrow...17 hours in the car....wish me luck! Wish my kids luck....sheesh. I'm excited to be getting home....but I'm sad our vacation is over! We've had lots of fun visiting our family. We miss them and it's always great to get together!

So, the question this week is...

What is the longest drive you've ever done?

And now, on to the show!

Enjoy!

8 comments:

  1. I always love your linky party :) Thanks for hosting it & giving so many of us a chance to not just show off the fun stuff that we're in to, but also find so much inspiration from you & others :) You rock Meg!

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  2. Thanks for hosting. My longest car trip ever was from Long Island NY to Quebec when I was 10. Obviously i didn't have to do any of the driving! LOL. :)

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  3. Thanks for still hosting while you are on your trip, I'm impressed! :-) The longest car trip I ever did was 24 hours, from New Hampshire to Florida. Never again!! I hate super long car rides!

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  4. Thanks for hosting, Meg! I just linked up my DIY Tufted Ottoman (#29). And followed! : ) Would love to have you by for a visit!: www.fivedaysfiveways.com.
    Hope everyone survived the car ride!

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  5. Many years ago, when my kids were VERY young, I drove fifteen miles from my house in Florida to my parents in Virginia...ONCE A MONTH. Crazy, huh? What can I say? I was homesick. ;)

    Have a safe trip back!

    Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage
    http://thebrambleberrycottage.blogspot.com/

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  6. Wanna future-proof your marriage? Move a relative across the country right after you get engaged. If you can survive that relationship stress test and still smile about it, you've got it made!

    My fiance - now wife of 15 years - & I drove a U-Hail truck from San Diego to Texas for her ailing uncle who wanted to move closer to family as his Parkinson's was progressing.

    Given that U-Hail trucks have governors to keep you from exceeding (heck, even meeting) the speed limit, it was a VERY long drive! And that was after we had loaded the truck to begin with!

    Rob O.
    http://www.2dolphins.com

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