Vacations

Happy Birthday from Hawaii

Aloha from Hawaii. Happy birthday to me! Every girl should get to travel to Paradise for her birthday. Especially once she’s celebrated half a century living in a climate more suited to ducks and beavers than lazy sun cats. Some of you will get those tongue-in-cheek references. Today, I slept in. Or even if I …

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Tripping through New York City Part Two: Like a Tourist

New York City beckons with bright lights and incredible historical significance. It’s a tourist destination…with plenty of traps to snare the unwary. There are probably guide books. With the dawn of the digital age, information on the Internet could bury the unsuspecting in a maze without cheese at it’s center. Now that I’ve toured the …

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Tripping through New York City Part One: Getting Around

Cities can be a beast to navigate. New York City can be especially beastly, and I’m thankful I didn’t have to stumble around like a blind person in a foreign country. Because believe me, the Big Apple is foreign soil for a West Coast country girl like me. I intended this post to share the …

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My Love-Hate Relationship with Travel

It’s been a mild winter. And except for the excess of gray days, I’m dealing with it rather than dreaming about escaping to a land of blue skies, tank tops and all natural Vitamin D. Still, there are travel plans in my winter. This time, it’s a “work” trip. I’m attending my first ever writer’s …

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The Road to Blogging is Paved with Grand Intentions

I intended to post at least twice last week while I was on vacation in Branson, MO. Really. Here’s a little proof from my blog about what I was hoping for from the vacation. And then vacation mindset settled in. And grand intentions went the way of New Year’s resolutions. It happens when you’re having …

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