Tag: travel

A Lesson in Love and Reality from a Weekend Away

A Lesson in Love and Reality from a Weekend Away

Last weekend, Greg and I went for a short getaway.  We like to do that every so often.  I’ve written before about why and how we make it happen, and it’s something that really works well for us in our marriage.  These trips we take […]

We Flew to Texas To Take a Road Trip

We Flew to Texas To Take a Road Trip

Let’s just say that I’m not usually a fan of road trips. I have never been a really good car rider.  Honestly, just ask my family.  Growing up, my dad was of the school of “Never Stop Until You Absolutely Have To.”  He may say […]

Traveling as a Couple: Escaping Reality and Refocusing on YOU {part 3}

Traveling as a Couple: Escaping Reality and Refocusing on YOU {part 3}

Wow!  Part 3 in our travel series!! Thanks for sticking it out with me!  We talked about WHY traveling together is important in part 1.  We talked about HOW to get ready for the trip in part 2.  Take a look back and refresh your memory […]

Traveling as a Couple: Escaping Reality and Refocusing on YOU {part 2}

Traveling as a Couple: Escaping Reality and Refocusing on YOU {part 2}

So, you’ve got a bunch of kids and you could really use a vacation?  And you mean you want to care for your marriage and go it alone with your spouse?  Good for you!!!  I’m so proud of  you! Now, if you follow along here […]

Flying Solo & Keeping the Faith

Flying Solo & Keeping the Faith

The kids and I were sitting down to dinner after a phenomenally long day.  In the previous 24 hours, the school year had ended, our dishwasher had broken, and the hard-to-reach fluorescent light bulbs in the laundry room had burned out.  Thunderstorms and tornado warnings had […]

Traveling as a Couple: Escaping Reality and Refocusing on YOU {part 1}

Traveling as a Couple: Escaping Reality and Refocusing on YOU {part 1}

Holy Moses.  Greg and I just got back from a whirlwind trip up to Chicago and St. Louis.  We combined a little “us time” with a little “family time” and we did it without our kids in tow.  And you know what? It. Was. Fabulous.  […]