The last (photograped) day of our Spring Break trip looked like this...
Breakfast at the hotel.
And then we were on the road again.
With a quick pit-stop to check out the same wild horse refuge we went to last year.
And then we went to lunch, but Josh and I were cranky at each other, so I didn't do any shooting.
And then I took the kiddos to go see the Muppet Movie while Josh went to Kinko's to get some stuff printed up for a proposal (He's an engineer.) and went to hand-deliver it since we were in town, but I didn't do any shooting then either because I was still to cranky at my husband (even though he wasn't with us) to shoot.
And then Josh picked us up from the movies and we made up before taking the kids to the toy store to spend the quarters they had earned during the trip.
And then us girls got distracted at a couple more stores, while the boys waited outside for us.
Apparently, this is what boys look like when they're waiting for girls to quit shopping.
And then a quick stop (in the snow) to grab snacks/dinner out of the back of the truck.
And that concludes the photos taken on this year's Spring Break trip.
We got home around 9:00 p.m., just in time for everyone to hit the sack.
Then, the next morning, I helped everyone get loaded back up so they could drive another 8 hours to Seattle to visit Ross and my sister.
I stayed home so I could record the audio for Making the Shot 3 (which is going to release on Wednesday) in a quiet house. (Took 22 hours to record 6 hours worth of audio.)
That means I didn't get to see my oldest child (Ross) and that's been bugging me.
He texted this to me yesterday:
"Hey you, listen to 400 lux by Lorde. Put in on your good speakers so you can enjoy it to the max."
I responded today with:
"Jake Buggs - Broken. You must listen to it ASAP. I know it's a love song, but for some reason, it just makes me miss you."
I don't have to tell him to put it on good speakers though because he's smart enough to know that all good songs need to be played on good speakers and enjoyed at the loudest tolerable volume.
And then as I was lisening to Broken for probably the 14th time this morning, I texted him this:
"I love you Roscoe-T and I hope I've been a good mom to you."
Dang, I hope I was a good mom to that boy because I love him so.
You should listen to Broken ASAP too (on good speakers and at the loudest tolerable volume of course.)
It'll totally make you want to text someone to tell them how much you love them too.
Enjoy it (to the max.)