I heard the Bon Jovi song “Who Says You Can’t Go Home” a couple of times this weekend while at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland. During the song he realizes that you can go home no matter how far you’ve traveled.
What a fun weekend to be in Disney! We were in Disney for my husband’s birthday, but it happened to coincide with the opening of Toy Story Land in Hollywood Studios and one of the H2O Glow Night Pool Party nights at Typhoon Lagoon.
I am the type of shopper that doesn’t usually buy things the first time I see them, especially if they are on the expensive side or not on sale. I like to think about it for a while.
Last night I was watching a re-run of a Friends episode. During the episode the battery in Phoebe’s smoke detector died in the middle of the night. Well, my life went on to imitate art last night. Yes, believe it or not, I was soundly sleeping at 3:30 am this morning and then…Beep. Beep. Beep.
I’m planning our vacation for 2019. This involves a lot of researching and reading for me. This got me thinking as I’m doing all of this work and planning a vacation to places I went to as a kid, but am now going to as an adult.
As we enter into Memorial Day I am realizing I don’t think I’ll ever look about Memorial Day the same way again. After visiting Normandy last summer this holiday holds a little more significance for me from now on.
No matter if you live in New York City, Chicago, or Florida you might sometimes forget you live in a tourist destination. We often forget as we get wrapped up in day-to-day life that we live in a tourist destination.