Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Dad, Grads, Teachers and Travel ...


... While summer officially starts on the 21st, there are certainly the signs of the warmer times. School years are ending, students are graduating, Dads will soon be celebrated and many of us will be taking summer vacations. The K2R Design Krew has been working on some fresh and affordable handmade gift ideas for the special teachers, students and Dads in your life. Be sure to check out the K2R Design Krew blog to see what they've been up to ...

While the kids are away, the parents will ... take a road trip! My husband, Rodney, and I are fortunate to have parents who love to take our children for weeks at a time during the summer months. That means we can actually have a conversation without getting interrupted! :) We've decided to take a road trip through Atlanta, Georgia; Jacksonville, North Carolina; Florence, South Carolina; Savannah, Georgia; Jacksonville and Tallahassee in Florida over the next week. We plan to visit some friends and family. And, OF COURSE, we will be stopping at different scrapbook stores along the way! I've already mapped some out and can't wait to see what the scrapbook stores of the South have to offer! Any suggestions for scrappy stops along that route would be appreciated ... just post here or email me: jessica @kits2remember.com.

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3 comments:

get scrappy said...

WOW. Sound like you are going to have a nice trip. Wish I had someone to take my kids like that so that Bill and I could go have a road trip. Soon enough though. The best part will be not having to hear "are we there yet." Enjoy yourselves.

Carolyn said...

Have a great time, and thanks for blogging about your trip - it will be like a virtual vacation for us as we read along. I hope you find some great new finds for K2R along the way.

Anonymous said...

It's interesting to see just how permeant digital memory has become in our lives. It seems like everywhere I turn, I see something with a card slot or USB port . I guess it makes sense though, considering how much cheaper memory has become as of late...

Gahhhh, I shouldn't be moaning and groaning. I can't get by a day without using my R4 / R4i!

(Submitted using PostNext for R4i Nintendo DS.)