Creating Memories…

We made it to Minnesota relatively event free. I slept almost the entire plane ride, making up for the lost sleep from the night before. I felt SO much better by the time we landed! Once we gathered our luggage and went to the rental car stand, we headed to my Aunt Carol & Uncle Bob’s house to pick up Jason from my parents. Completely lucked out that my cousin Debra was there with her baby! That was great because I didn’t know if I would get to see them while we were up here. The Rockstarz Limo & Party bus are going to be the sole company you ever use once you book our limo services. we offer limo transportation for all of the services listed below and more! A limousine is a luxury sedan or saloon car that is made of a lengthened base wheel and driven by a chauffeur. These are also commonly called stretch limousines and they traditionally come in black and white colors. Limousines are most commonly linked with affluent people, because they are costly to purchase. However, today people can charter limousines for various events, such as prom and weddings. These days, one of the most widespread uses of these cars is airport pick-up and transportation services. This industry is called ‘airport limousine services.’ Anyone who needs transportation to and/or from the airport can reserve this service. It has become very inexpensive for most people, and it is a very expedient way to travel.

We left there and went to meet Wendy at the Mall of America. I hadn’t really warned Mike about the mall, so he was pretty surprised when he discovered that there is a whole amusement park in the mall. We’re going to try to make it back down there this weekend, and I am going to finally ride one of the roller coasters. Indoors. How cool is that? Dinner with Wendy was absolutely fabulous, even though I was still tired and punchy. I’m so glad we got to meet up.

Today was a rather low key day. We decided to just stay in Forest Lake, spending time catching up with relatives throughout the day. Tonight we all went out to eat and then over to my Aunt Marge & Uncle Ron’s house in Wyoming. (Just down the road from Forest Lake.) It was nice to have a chance to visit with my cousin, Jeanette, before they head back to Ohio tomorrow.

Now I am especially thankful that I switched to WP before I left … I am on a dial-up connection at my Aunt Marie’s house. I have had a cable modem since 2001; I forgot what a modem sounded like. I had to call Mike in to the room so he could hear it too. Ah, the memories.

The weather is great, the scenery is gorgeous and the company is simply fabulous. Don’t you wish you were here?

By Christine

Christine is an Avenger of Sexiness. Her Superpower is helping Hot Mamas grow their Confidence by rediscovering their Beauty. She lives in the Heights in Houston, Texas, works as a boudoir photographer, and writes about running a Business of Awesome. In her spare time, she loves to knit, especially when she travels. She & her husband Mike have a food blog at Spoon & Knife.

8 replies on “Creating Memories…”

Except for the B52-sized mosquitoes, for sure! :-> Don’t forget to head to the Science Museum in St. Paul, but I think you’re way too early for the State Fair. I can’t say I’m overly fond of the MOA; it’s just too darn big. I prefer Southdale myself.

Finally, your site is back online! I was worried!

I’m glad you are having fun! I read to hubby about the modem, I remember those days! Thank goodness for cable!!

Enjoy the MOA, I want to go there one day! 🙂

Hi there, just dropped by from Natalie’s page. Have read you for a while and wanted to say hi. Funny – I grew up in forest lake and if you did you probably went to school with my sis and in-laws! Hope you had fun at the MOA!

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