Monday, June 2, 2008

Oh The Places We are Going to Go!

Way Cooler and I are taking a holiday this week.

First time in seven years.

To say I am excited is the understatement of the century.

Spud and Sprout are off to Camp Poppa and Nana and we are going to the Canadian Rockies.

I'm back. I was just back-flipping.

Part of the time we will be in the mountains, part visiting with friends and part time just hanging out here.

We had considered going to Vegas or on a cruise but we don't have one of them money-trees in the backyard and anything longer than 6 days with my kids will probably break my parent's will to live.

So we'll keep it simple this time round. We really need to just law low and get some rest anyway.

However, part of a romantic get-a-way with your spouse does not include blogging. At least according to Way Cooler. So I'll be AWOL for a while.

I did however, get a couple of books to read, including Sense and Sensibility.

Yep, Janet and Sue, you persuaded me. I am going to give it another try and see what all the fuss is about. If I fall asleep reading it in the hot tub and drown though, it's all your fault.

So, when you read this I am already gone attempting to do as little as humanly possible. I may pour my own cereal in the morning, but that will be the extent of my work for the day.

See ya next week!


Bargainista said...

Hope that you are having a wonderful time and getting those book pages all steamy in the hot tub.
i will be praying for Camp Poppa and Nana!

Char and Avery said...

i am praying that this is a time of refreshment and relaxation for you guys. I am always amazed at how a little time away from the kids makes me love them more, and how a little time alone with my honey makes me remember why I picked him!!

Love ya!

Janet said...

Oh dear. I hope that you don't drown. I really wouldn't want that on my head. Just don't get the book wet if you do, k?

Have a good holiday!

KnittinChick said...

Have a great holiday and don't forget the thank you gift card for Camp Pappa and Nana! It's always good to leave it on a positive note so that's their final memory!