We. officially. have. a. car. It has made our life so much easier and I am now able to actively job hunt.
This past weekend we flew into Daytona Beach to pick up the car from my uncle’s house and drive it back to Ohio. Unfortunately, we got lost on the way back. Don’t ask me how. We just did. I will say that a certain someone didn’t print the directions out from the internet. Certain Someone said that he knew the way. Next time…Certain Someone is printing or I am going to tatoo the directions on his rear!!!
Below is a short video of me tired and babbling about the Ohio River representing the fact that we were almost home. When I was a kid we would often drive to London, Kentucky to visit my grandparents. When we drove over the bridge crossing the Ohio River into Cincinnati…my brother and I were happy kids. We hated the four hour drive back home. Somehow the trip back home was always the hardest. Crossing the bridge meant we were only about an hour from home as long as traffic was kind to us. When I saw the bridge I got the same excited feeling as I did when I was a kid.
I knew that I had survided the two day trip in a car and I would soon be holding Sweet Bear and Petite Clown. I missed them terrible. Boy Blue was the only baby that went with us. He was perfect and only cried three times because he was hungry.
Before crossing over the Ohio River the Radisson Inn was a building that I would always search out. When I was a kid I loved this hotel. The top floor of the Radisson Inn hotel in Covington, Kentucky revolves. The hotel restaurant is located on this floor. I have never been inside of it even though I promised myself as a little girl that I would as soon as I could. Meaning that I would go when I had grown up. Apparently, I am still not a grown up because I have never made it to this restaurant. When I was a little girl I thought it was one of the coolest things in the world…this revolving floor. I would still like to visit the restaurant some day and become all grown up and all. If I do I’ll be sure to share whether or not the experience lives up to all the dreaming I had done about it as a kid. I don’t know about the food but the view of the Ohio River must be spectacular!
Notice a sleeping Boy Blue behind me.
Cincinatti, Ohio from the car