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Vacation Survival Kit

Tissue-for your tears when the motel is booked or for romantic sunsets

Paper bag-to hold treasures and in case of hyperventilation when you see the prices of souvenirs

Sponge-to soak up the sun, sand, snow, and memories

Feather-to remember to gently float through the vacation rather than racing

Ear plugs-to avoid the yelling or listening to the 7,000th singing of “99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall”

Quarter-someone always needs a quarter for something

Bandaid-for boo boos, real or imagined

Rubberband-for flexibility as sometimes when you are flexible, you have wonderful experiences you would have never considered

A box of CrackerJack -vacations always come with good surprises. Remember to look for yours.

A small plastic bag-to remind us to always bring back small things that
will help the vacation live on for years

Chuckles-never leave home without the ability to laugh at yourself and situations

Chopsticks-to remind us that even within the US, there are many different cultures and customs

A picture of a watch or clock without hands-forget the clock, you’re on vacation!

A disposable camera (or picture of one)-capture the fun and memories before they disappear

A compass-you’ll need this especially if you are with someone who can’t stop for directions

A picture or map of Kansas-as Dorothy says in the Wizard of Oz, “There’s no place like home.”

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