Becoming a mom is terrifying enough. Then you realize you actually have to leave the house. Ahhhh! So, you’ve finally conquered that. That trip to the grocery store wasn’t that terrifying after all. But, now it’s time to leave town. Oh no here comes that first trip. How in the world do I travel with a baby, and with all of this stuff? How do you get formula through the x-ray system? Do they need a ticket? What if they get an ear ache from the altitude. Where will they sleep?
Do you remember that line in “You’ve Got Mail”? The one that says, “It’s not personal, it’s business.” I have always loved that movie, and I have always loved Meg Ryan’s response to that old saying:
“What is that supposed to mean? I am so sick of that. All that means is that it wasn’t personal to you. But it was personal to me. It’s *personal* to a lot of people. And what’s so wrong with being personal, anyway?” – Kathleen Kelly.
What’s so wrong with being personal? What’s so wrong with being nice? What’s so wrong with having a thin skin.
It’s Hot in Texas. I mean REALLY Hot. So if you’re outside, chances are you are in the water….or you’re leaving the state.
If you’re stuck in this crazy weather, then there are still some ways to stay comfortable. Here are a few of my favorite suits from this summer, and some easy things to wear. Because, let’s be honest….we will be wearing these things through September at least!
Scalloped swimsuits became the THING this year, but you don’t have to spend a fortune. I found this one on Amazon, yes Amazon!
We land, and I’m ready to jump off the plane. The second we get to the hotel, I put my running shoes on and go. We don’t have cars on the road, but that never stops me from seeing as much as I can, as fast as I can.
Working with the Thunder, and now the Rangers, has given me so many opportunities I never expected. Travel is just one of them. I never take for granted the moments or hours in each place – who knows when I’ll get another chance to do this!
From San Francisco to New York to Toronto, I have experienced these cities for the first time in the last few years. I can honestly say, of all the places I’ve been, Boston is definitely one of my favorites.