I'm sitting here in full long underweared glory and not happy about that. I mean, I appreciate the long underwear serving its purpose, I'm just not happy with my needing its services on April freaking 10th.
Oh well, we typically get days like this in April. Winter's way of thumbing its nose at us, not willing to just leave quietly. It started Monday night. In fact, I was tuting up north a few miles. Coming home, I was practically able to just put the car in neutral and let the wind blast me all the way to my house.
Then we got a snow/wind day on Tuesday, which was appreciated, but I still came down with fever. Cabin fever.
Magnum and I have been dreaming and talking about travelling lately. To someplace sunny and warm and non United States. Not any time REAL soon, but it's fun to think about and plan.
Remember I've never been anywhere. Magnum's rich Uncle Sam sent him traveling around the world during his days in the Army. I've never really been out of the US other than the Canadian side of Niagara Falls and Acuna, Mexico. But I have been to The Corn Palace. After that, what is there?
The last time I even flew on an airplane was just a few months before 9/11. Air travel has changed since then. And it just so happens that I share the maiden name of a known white supremacist nazi US citizen.
So there's another reason to go someplace warm and casual. I'll be able to leave the long underwear behind in place of clothing that's easily shed for the TSA...
Earlier this week, the tutoring site asked students where they would like to go for spring break. They got a lot of responses from tutors as well as students. Seems like recreational travel is on a lot of people's minds. I didn't answer because I couldn't narrow it down to just one destination.
I'll take suggestions, though! In the meantime, I'll settle for a warmer Colorado.