It takes hands to build a house, but only hearts can build a home.

Author Unknown

Friday, July 15, 2011

Chapter 7, Page 15, Book 11



Everything in life is somewhere el
se, and you get there in a car

E.B. White



FANTASTIC FRIDAY!

Travel with family is a wonderful exciting adventure for sure. We have loved having this ti
me together, every moment has been fantastic.

Kids love vacations with extended family. They follow the older co
usins around like puppies, and forge lifelon
g bonds with those their own age. These are the golden experiences th
at shape rich childhood mem
ories.

We have also found out that they also need the security of familiar routines
. They’re stressed by unfamiliar even
ts and what feels to them like chaotic unpred
ictability. We are doing what we can to keep
them on schedule and try to be patient when they get hyped-up or ir
ritable.
My children are always in their glory when they are among their siblings and many stories have been told and retold. From now on when they meet they'll have some new stories to tell.

This will be a time that most of my family will never forget. Both the young and the old have had great times together.


You're never too old to have a summer vacation you'll always remember.

Have a Fantastic Friday everyone

'On Ya'-ma

6 comments:

Sr. Ann Marie said...

Your vacation sounds wonderful! Enjoy your time with your family.

Scrappy quilter said...

So glad you are having a wonderful time. Hope it continues. Hugs

Scrappy quilter said...

So glad you are having a wonderful time. Hope it continues. Hugs

That corgi :) said...

So glad everyone is having a great time! There is that special connection with siblings, as you know, and sharing stories from the past!! Glad all are undertanding about helping the little ones cope with the changes in their lives with traveling and company!

betty

jack69 said...

Sounds like a great vacation. I love to see the horses and carriages even when I don't take a ride in them.
They remind me of slower times. I never traveled by horse and wagon but my parents did. I was 15 when the last horse and wagon left Belmont, our home town.

So enjoy and yes of course we make memories until we cross the great divide.
Love from over in Georgia.
Sherry & Jack

Barbara said...

Glad you had such a good time with family and a good holiday.