The road trip to New England was adventurous but no less successful. What Google says is a 22 hour, trip actually took us 34 hours total. The first day was 16.5 hours with no sightseeing or stopping for meals, but stops for restroom breaks and fuel. Continue reading “The Road Trip”
New England, here we come. It’s been eighteen months since our last big trip. Danny’s taken small weekend trips that I should have written about and only didn’t. However, this celebration simply can’t be left undocumented.
In just a few days, We will be packing our luggage up in four vehicles, loading 18 family members, celebrating his grandparents 50th wedding anniversary. Continue reading “New England Here We Come”
Our day in Rome started off with our family devotions on the veranda. The little ones joined us and then played as we continued in the family conversation of what we should do for the day. This trip had been restful, rejuvenating, and rewarding in every sort of way. I have loved most the simple everyday moments spent with Danny Boy.
We decided to sleep in to a more reasonable hour and then head out to enjoy a day in Normandy. Danny Boy requested a picnic in Normandy. He also wanted to run and play on the beach. This trip was most important to my Joe because of his family who served here during the war. His uncle who died in Europe serving in the CIA and his father who served in the airforce. Both of them were in Normandy at different times during the war.