My husband and his logic and plans cancelled
First, little tears.
Then full blown sobbing at work. Not pretty.
Acted like it was the end of the world. I will NEVER FORGIVE YOU HUSBAND.
Realised I was overreacting the most of all the overreactings.
Sorry husband. Note to you: don't break plans during my period because I am all of the emotions.
My husband is definitely the logical one in our relationship, and I'm the 'act now think later' kind of gal. Luckily he keeps me grounded while I dream a million plans. The fact is, we just took a huge trip around the other side of the world, we bought a house, went to Vegas and Disney in the last year, so I think we did ok. Just need to take a bit of a break, and Chicago is like, right around the corner.
However, silly husband mentioned taking a little trip in the winter. The planning part of my brain went into overdrive. I have some miles to burn. It has to be something small, because Europe has to happen next summer.
Wanna help me decide?
1. New York.
Number one contender. It's close, I have always wanted to go in winter / christmas time. I have enough miles to cover both of our flights, holla. We would not stay for NYE cause we're not crazy like that. I have wanted to do all the touristy things ever since seeing the movie Serendipity. John Cusack was my #2 crush, after Howard Keel of course.
Disney World + Harry Potter! Right?! Though I've heard Disney is caahrazy around Christmas.
KC and I both want to go to Seattle, San Fran & Portland. We might be better off saving this for a longer trip, or not... what do you think?
San Fran is so high up there on my 'must see' places it's not even funny. But bloody hell, why is it so expensive? A girl can dream. We might have enough miles to cover both flights, in a month or two (just might have to shop a bit more..).
5. Roxboro, North Carolina + Charleston, South Carolina
Roxboro to visit KC's dad and family. 8 hour drive. Last time we took an 8 hour drive, I asked KC about World War 2 and he talked about it the.entire.time. Man loves his history.
Charleston because, well, Charleston. Only a 5 hour drive from the NC visit. 9 hour drive home. (not sure how that math works, Google maps). I think KC mentioned once that it's something to do with how the interstates are. Ok.
Or we could fly into Raleigh and then hire a car to get to Roxboro, and drive down to Charleston and fly home from there. Do-able, and miles cover the flights, holla. Or we can drive and save the miles. We should probably do this because we have never visited KC's dad. Well, I haven't, obviously KC has.
6. A Cruise.
I am slightly terrified of ships (Titanic, Poseidon, Ghost Ship...) but I think I could do a 3-4 night cruise to the Caribbean in the middle of winter.
Now I don't know the US very well, of course. Do you have any must see perfect in the winter suggestions? Hit me. Help a girl dream.