Friday, August 26, 2011

Day 66 Anniversary Travels Well


It is mine and my husband’s 11th wedding anniversary today! Coincidentally, we also spent 11 hours in our car, traveling  from New York to North Carolina today. Out of that 11 hours, I would say that between 9-10 of those hours were near perfect! Hey, they can’t all be perfect, at least not when a map is involved and a hurricane is dictating your unusual path. So we didn’t always see eye to eye on the route or where we would end up so that we would be out of Irene’s eye, but what matters is that we let it pass. We moved on and got over it. That’s what a 11 years of practice can bring you.


 George Washington Bridge

 Baltimore Harbor Tunnel--Bulb Exposure

Baltimore Harbor Tunnel--Bulb Exposure (again)
As far as our drive, we don’t usually spend our anniversary driving for hours on end. Clearly, mapping isn’t our niche and therefore, isn’t beneficial for our marriage. However, I still enjoyed my day. Smiles were had all day from being the shotgun sightseer to listening to the laughter of my mother playing with my daughter in the backseat... From enjoying my husband’s witty remarks beside me to driving to the beat of my own personal karaoke... From snickering at my son trapping a stink bug that stowed away in his sunroof to sipping on a cosmo after settling in at a hotel...  I loved my day! 
To celebrate my 11 years of wedded bliss, I’m sharing some of my favorite photos from our anniversaries past!

Top of the Rock-NYC (Completely blurry, but love it anyway)

The quiet shore that we walked along on our anniversary last year. Murrell's Inlet area.

A guest we found.

Smiles come easy on a day like this. 

1 comment:

  1. Happy Anniversary, and so sad for you that your vacation is being taken over by Irene, hopefully you can salvage some of it. I'm outside of Boston so we are waiting for her to come tonight. Ironically, I got married almost 5 years ago during a hurricane, so I have a "sweet spot" for them (insert sarcasm here). Anywho, I love your blog and can empathize with you. I know many parents dealing with kids on the spectrum and am glad you are going after your smiles. Though not easy to do, it's an important task to take on - good luck! I'm a new follower from vB, and look forward to coming back!
    Kim
    http://www.mytwintasticlife.com/

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