Moving, Raining, Flying to Arkansas

So we’re moving at the end of April, but before that we’re going to Arkansas to visit Julie’s brother and his wife for a week. That means we’ve been in packing/organizing mode this past weekend. I’ve never coveted a dumpster before, but now it seems like the most wonderful thing in the world.

The nice part about this trip is that we’ll have plenty of down time and the lappy is coming with us, so Julie can work on her grad school and I can putter around with the blogs. I have so many thoughts sitting around in my Google docs right now. I can’t wait to play around with them and see how they look once posted.

This is the perfect time to skip out of Vermont. April has been crummy. Rain, sleet, hail, snow, and everything else wet, white, and slippery. Of all the months I’ve lived in Vermont, April is by far my least favorite. Not that Arkansas is a travel destination, but inches of mud and ice have a way of lowering one’s standards.

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4 thoughts on “Moving, Raining, Flying to Arkansas

  1. Beth G. Sanders

    Oh, enjoy Arkansas! My husband and I both grew up in northeast Arkansas, still have family there and visit quite often.

    Hope you have marvelous trip — and depending on what part of Arkansas you’re in, you won’t be far from Memphis!

  2. John

    You are going to love Fayetteville and the Ozarks. And you are next door to the home of WalMart. What’s not to like?

  3. ed Post author

    So far so good in Arkansas. Julie’s brother is nervous about getting bad press on the blog, but today he did a good job of taking us on a nice short hike by a small waterfall. The place is “lush” I tell you. It was a nice slow start to our vacation. We’ll see if he can keep it up . . .

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