Extra Extra: Road Trip

  • Steve, Aaron and I took a road trip to Northern California this past week. As you might expect, road tripping with an infant is quite the ordeal. I think we packed more stuff for Aaron than for Steve and me combined. Stroller, car seat, Baby Bjorn, travel play yard, blankets, enough diapers and clothes to last a month (because you never know what might happen). The baby did well on the road, sleeping most of the way. We had a wonderful time visiting family and friends, but are glad to be back home.
  • It really is difficult to keep track of one’s weight when the digital scale in the bathroom gives inconsistent and fluctuating numbers every time. A new scale was ordered from Amazon, and should arrive shortly. Remember back in the day when Amazon just sold books? Crazy times.
  • I currently have mosquito bites on my arms and legs that have evolved from run-of-the-mill mumps into big, red, horribly agitating welts. This never used to happen. Any allergy experts out there who can explain the new phenomenon?
  • In my most recent cooking experiment, I made Turkish Delight. Yes, the candy that C.S. Lewis made famous in his book, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. Steve and I have been spending many of the recent summer evenings lounging on the porch with our hookah that we purchased in Europe, and decided that Turkish Delight would make a nice addition. Recipe post to come soon.
  • I’m going to see Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince tomorrow. I can’t even remember the last time I saw a movie in the theater. Is it weird that I’m seeing it by myself, and fantastically excited?

8 thoughts on “Extra Extra: Road Trip

  1. No, it is not weird. If you really think about it, viewing films is actually a very individual experience. Seeing films in groups is just a carried over of tradition from going to see live theater.

    I personally haven't seen a movie in theater by myself yet, but I hope you enjoy the peace.

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  2. mannnn, everybody seems to be roadtripping these days!!! jealous!! hehe! and no, its not weird to see a movie by yourself… i personally havn't tried it but why not!!?!? πŸ˜‰ have fun larissa!

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  3. I'm convinced that one day, if/when we have a child, we will figure out a way to travel light. Because there's nothing more bothersome than carrying twice your weight in baby supplies! Of course, you can remind me of this if/when I have said baby and I'm lugging it all, because I can't figure out what to leave behind. hahaha.

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