One more day till I can finally go home and do absolutely nothing. Fall Break is finally here and I am more than excited to go home to my wonderful family, and finally get the relaxation I have needed since the beginning of my final year of college.
If I want to sleep all day..I will do it.
If I want to go shopping..I will do it!
Spend time with my family! Ill do it.
Fall Break comes at the most perfect time. It is right after midterms, when studying becomes your life, and you can finally drop your pencils and your books and give it a rest for a while. It is the perfect time to re charge your batteries for the remainder of the semester.
I am bringing a friend of mine home with me for break so she can see what good ole Maryland has to offer. I will take her into DC, Georgetown, and Baltimore and hope to show her a good time. For any of you who live in the area, I would love to hear some ideas on where to take her!
I am not much of a tour guide so the more help the better! Hope you all enjoy your fall breaks!
A whole lot of stuff…
A Mama, Daddy, newborn, kids, Grandma and Grandpa with a whole lot of stuff.
We go to the same place everyday at the beach in Rehoboth, DE and we always sit where no one can swim. It is designated for fisherman only. It is smack dab to the entrance of the beach at the very end of the boardwalk on the North side.
We see the same thing everyday. People come and set up not realizing the kids cannot play in the water. The reason they do this is because of a rock wall you can’t see when the tide is high. A place that someone can get hurt if they do not know this. So everyday we go and tell them, “You might want to move”.
We wanted to tell them this before they set the tent, chairs, blankets, toys and just everything else that goes into a beach day with the kids. Boy, I remember those days chasing my little angels around, making sand castles and playing in the water.
Jessica walks over to tell them and she says that the Grandma and Grandpa are coming and that is why they chose this spot so close to the entrance. They were older and walking fifty feet would be hard enough.
We sat there for a little bit an watched as they looked at each other trying to decide what they should do. I could see them start to pack up as I saw the Grandparents start to come down the hill. “Come on kids” I said, “lets help”.
I know how hard it is to just get to the beach with a chair and towel with grown children that can carry their own stuff but imagine a huge tent and everything else.
We helped move them to a different spot and they helped with getting the Grandparents safely to the spot they chose.
A day of fun in the sun ends happily…