Vacation Humor — A Survival Kit for Your Vacation
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
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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.”
Cheryl Moeller cranks up the spin cycle on her washing machine and life to help parents cope with too much laundry, raising preschoolers (on 12 hours of sleep per year), surviving teenagers, pleasing relatives, understanding spouses, and the 1,000 other challenges. She uses her over-the-counter humor to make parents laugh until it feels better.
Cheryl is a sister, a wife, a mother, a daughter, a niece, an aunt, a granddaughter, a friend, a volunteer... well you get the idea. Let.s just say she.s a lot like you and has decided the best way for us all to cope is to laugh (don't try to inhale at the same time, it only makes matters worse).
Cheryl is a wiife to Robert for 28 years. Mother to Duke, Missy, Pooka, Skippy, Megs and Kenzie. One dog - Katie. One fish - Skyler. Two gerbils - Hannah and Lily. Cheryl cranks up the spin cycle on her dryer and life to help parents cope with too much laundry, raising preschoolers (on 12 hours of sleep per year), surviving teenagers, pleasing relatives, understanding spouses, and the thousand other challenges. Read more of Cheryl's humor at www.momlaughs.blogspot.com
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