10 Reasons Why It’s Different Vacationing Without (fellow) Bloggers

10 Reasons Why It’s Difficult Vacationing Without Bloggers

We went camping this past weekend with 4 other families. I’ve known these families for the last 2 years, our kids all started kindergarten together and they’ve stayed together in the same class through 1st grade and now through 2nd grade. It’s been wonderful having the same familiar faces, not only for myself, but for my son William. It’s been a great chance to bond and allow our kids to bond, too.

And I cherish these families.

It was just the first time… in a long time… I’ve been on a “vacation” without a fellow blogger or blogging family. I have to say, it was a little different and I really began to notice the differences for me now. Funny differences… ones that made my husband laugh.

Here are 10 Reasons Why It’s Different Vacationing Without (fellow) Bloggers

1. The NO INTERNET didn’t seem to bother anyone else.

2. Asking my sons to create a video about “How to put up a tent” was something nobody else was doing.

3. “Guys, smile… I went to send this photo to Hershey!” as we’re making s’mores!

4. “This will look much better when I instagram it!” (Photos of the bonfire)

5. Matt saying, “Let me take a photo of you showing that you made it thru the night for your blog!”

6. Tweeting @Keurig that we brought a Keurig with us on the trip!

7. Popping up photos to twitter, instagram and facebook through my iPhone.

8. My sons asking me, “Did you blog about this?” after the “men” got the bonfire going.

9. William saying, “I got these pants from Lands’ End, Mom… right? When we did the school video project?” when I told him to change for the night.

10. Nobody was updating Facebook all night. 🙂

Thanks to my friends for putting up with me!

10 Reasons Why It’s Different Vacationing Without (fellow) Bloggers was last modified: October 23rd, 2012 by Audrey McClelland
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10 Reasons Why It’s Different Vacationing Without (fellow) Bloggers was last modified: October 23rd, 2012 by Audrey McClelland