Thursday, May 5, 2011

Packing for tomorrows train trip

Tomorrow morning I head out before the sun comes up to catch a train.  
For now its packing and catching up on laundry so the hubby doesn't have to contend with that mess on top of watching the boys.
   The planning of the trip is always less stress.  I love to plan and now am dubious about being away and out of my cozy little bubble.

Ten days. 
Two bags. 
Six trains. 
Unknown amount of subway trains. 
One five day coaching class. 
Many new people. 
Brainfuls of new information. 
Twelve hours of racing. 
Unknown hours spent walking in unknown cities.
  One girl reminding herself that it will be a blast and totally worth it if only to reaffirm what I already know.

A friend posted a song for me on facebook.  Jack Johnson Breakdown.  Cool that my oldest spawn can play this on his ukulele.


Anonymous said...

how incredibly awesome is THAT!!!!!!!

MCM Mama said...

Can't wait to meet you!!! Shoot me an email of what you really want to see/do in DC so I can plan it out. ;o)

shel said...

you'll be great. tell you what - leave the cold weather racing gear at home (gloves, hat, neck gaiter etc) i got all that stuff and if it ends up being cold i can loan it to you. it will take up too much room in your bag.

RunningWhit said...

Have a great trip! Enjoy all the sights and sounds of the new places you visit.

Jess @ Blonde Ponytail said...

Have a fantastic trip Angie!! I can't wait to see what experiences and knowledge you will bring back!!!

The Green Girl said...

Have an amazing time, girl. ::hugs::

Ludo said...

Have a great trip!
What kind of sandals are you wearing on that photo? Are they the Teva zilch?

Nikki Kendall said...

Have a great trip and have a great time!!

JessiePants said...

ADVENTURE! Hope that it's lovely : )

misszippy said...

So cool! And I can't wait for our meet up tomorrow!!!!

Shellyrm ~ just a country runner said...

You are going to have a blast! So wish I was going to be @ the VA house so I could jump over to DC for the meet ups. Be safe and have fun.

Black Knight said...

Enjoy the trip and have fun.

Unknown said...

this sounds amazing! have fun!

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