I can feel the disappointment of the beginning of the end of the vacation starting to set in.
Today was stormy. Not much going on.
We began at the Waffle House. It is close to where we are staying, and The King could only look at it so many times before insisting that we partake of the waffle.
I kept smelling something really nasty and couldn't figure out what it was. Until I looked over the wall thing and saw that I was next to the trash can. Which almost made me dry heave.
Oh, I kid. I totally finished my waffle.
But I was grossed out.
The King, The Princess and I then drove about an hour to a car dealership. The King is all about fuel economy these days. He has been wanting to trade my 4runner for a hybrid car but we've not been able to find the one
he we wanted in Arkansas. He worked out a deal with the Florida dealership for us to trade while we were here. He We could trade for a deal that he we couldn't pass up.
Here's the problem: I am not really sure that our luggage will fit in the trunk of the car.
First of all, it is a car. Second of all, the battery for the hybrid is in the trunk. Which takes up about a quarter of the space.
It is not very promising.
So we picked up the car and grabbed a Large Sonic Diet Coke (hallelujah) and headed back to the house.
Where I napped.
Then we went to a totally fabulous place for supper. (Thank you, Robyn.) I had yummy pork tenderloin on a yummy bed of mashed sweet potatoes with a not-as-yummy piece of key lime pie.
We ate outside and it was lovely. QM really likes a live band. She said so at least 47 times.
QM really likes a live band.
Nannie does not like eating outside so much. She said so at least 47 times.
Then The Princess had a little more action.
When did she become such a thrill seeker?
We finished up at a tacky little souvenir shop. Which The Princess was all about. But then we had to quickly leave for an impending bathroom situation.
Tomorrow is our next to last day of vacation. I so love just being with my family without the craziness of everyday stuff. I wish that I could figure out how to get that same feeling at home. You know...make our home have the same relaxed feeling of being away...where the everyday "stuff" just doesn't get to us.
I'll work on that.