Finish This #46

IT’S WEEK 46 OF FINISH THIS … If this is your first time here, welcome. If you’re a repeat participant, thanks for playing along and joining the shenanigans. Your co-hosts are LISA (COASTLINED), JEN (The Arizona Russums), BECKY (The Java Mama) and NICOLE (Three 31) and the instructions are simple: answer the prompts on your blog and add the post to the link up. Next week, we’ll do it all over again with a new set of prompts (located at the bottom of this post). Let’s get started!

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1. If I could fly to any destination tomorrow, I’d go to
domestic // I’d go to Kentucky for an extra long Thanksgiving holiday. Or to New York City for the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, I’ve always thought spending the holidays (Thanksgiving or Christmas) in NYC would be mucho-fun.

international // I’m not picky. I really want to return to Jerusalem. Now that I’ve been and I’ve studied more of the sites and places I saw last year, I want to go back with a fresh, better perspective. I also think I missed a lot of details because I was so overwhelmed by the WOW that is The Holy Land … and taking 3,000 pictures! I also want to see the Sistine Chapel and the Vatican. One of these days I’m going to enjoy one of those cabanas in Bora Bora that hover above the ocean too. Don’t mind me, I’ll just be floating with the fishies.

2. My best advice for travelling is
allow extra time in the airport or on the roads. Husband makes major fun of me because I want to get to the airport at least two hours prior to our departure time and I’m a nervous wreck if we’re cutting it too close. I hate – LOATHE – being late, and I sure as hell don’t want to miss a flight because that’s wasted money!!!!! Now that I’m a Mom and have travelled with Kamden, I think extra time and patience are even more important. Even though Kamden was a rock star on his first plane ride, and slept the majority of all the flights, I had plenty of patience packed.

3. I like to travel because
I love re-visiting places I’ve enjoyed in the past and new places I’ve never been. The sense of adventure is exciting to me, and not always having a specified schedule is nice too. If I want some time to rest and relax, I can. Or, if I want to explore and seek adventures, I can do that too. Wherever I go, I always eat a restaurants the locals recommend – I never eat at chain establishments. BORING! I wish Husband enjoyed travelling but he’s a homebody. (sigh.)

Prompts for WEEK 47– November 26
My favorite Thanksgiving tradition
My most memorable Thanksgiving was
My favorite Thanksgiving food or dish
I’m so thankful

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  1. Elizabeth November 19, 2014 at 9:49 am - Reply

    I agree with you – I can’t stand being late for things (especially if I’m losing money because I’m late)!

  2. iamkellyann November 19, 2014 at 8:03 pm - Reply

    Being late is the WORST. My husband always makes fun of me (and then gets annoyed with me) because I tend to get grumpy in the morning if we’re late & I tend to blame lateness on him … even though I take a super long time to get ready. haha ahh, the joys of marriage. 😉

    Also – my grandparents live 6 blocks away from Central Park & a few years ago we went to see the Macy’s Day Parade. I’ll be honest and say it was overrated. Unless you plan on getting up way too early and picking a spot (Thanksgiving Day also tends to be cold), you’ll more than likely end up fighting through a crowd and missing half the floats. There are sooo many people, and I would rather just stay at home & watch it while in my pajamas.

  3. Angie Agerter November 19, 2014 at 8:53 pm - Reply

    I love to travel too. And it really doesn’t matter to me if its somewhere new or somewhere I have been a thousand times before. I always seem to find something new anywhere I go. I love your travel tip as well, I always like to be early to things.

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