Things don’t always work out the way you plan. Especially when you’re on a road trip. I’ll probably struggle with this most of the time on the road, but it’s what I asked for, and what I wanted. The first two stops of the road trip were wonderful, even if a bit nerve wracking.
We spent a night at Shenandoah National Park and stayed with David’s Aunt and Uncle in Virginia Beach for several days to celebrate Passover (a second (?) for me). I have so much to write about! Yet, our laptop charger broke… resulting in limited blogging access. It’s been frustrating, as all I want to do is write, but in exchange I’ve had more time and energy to devote to visiting.
Tomorrow we leave for Asheville, NC and therefore charging abilities behind. A new charger was shipped a bit further down the road, so once retrieved I’ll be able to write many, many new stories – in case you notice my silence.
Already learning new lessons! I guess that makes this trip already a success:
Roll with the punches, or the flow, or whatever else you want to call it. Relax!
Lots of stories coming soon! Happiest of Easters / Passovers to you all. As my childhood lamb stuffed animal would say: