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Is it wrong that I’ve been back from vacation for two days and I’m already wiped out?  Where shall I go on my next vacation?  I think the only requirement is that I can see stuff without renting a car, and I need a passport to get there.

Concert tonight to see my wonderful nieces. 

A month until Wicked!

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  1. Unfortunately, I haven’t had many opportunities to travel so I can’t recommend a place.I NEED A VACATION!!!!!!

  2. lol  I am always more tired after vacation and think I need another one just to rest up from it.  I know where you should go.  I’m counting down the days until I can go back.  Wish it was next week………..

  3. Not wrong, I sometimes think about my next trip while I’m on the return flight. 

  4. I think vacations wear people out and then when you get back to work there is so much to catch up on, it makes you even more tired.Not having to rent a car and needing a passport – Paris?

  5. Its nice to have ya back, Tracy!!!  I always like cruises….  LOL

  6. Don’t you like going abroad?  I’ve been to at least 44 countries and would love to see more.

  7. My dad is all ready to retire, because he’s sick of going to work.  It’s a similar deal.  I look forward to hearing about your planning, and I want to hear what you think of Wicked next month.  Booya!

  8. @skanickadee – ooooo. Paris!  Corey wants to go to Rome.@carolinamuscle – Thanks Chris!@SavonDuJour – I have not been abroad (I don’t count this little cruise), so YES! 44? That’s a huge number, why so many?@BoureeMusique – I cannot begin to tell you how excited I am about Wicked.  I have been listening to the soundtrack in my car for three months straight.  I just keep thinking okay, enough Wicked.  I turn it off, then the next day pop it right back in.

  9. @tracy –  I just like travelling. I sailed around some of Europe and then across the Atlantic (on a yacht, four of us) to Brazil via various island groups, then went up the Amazon for some months and then spent a year going from island to island in the Caribbean. That probably counts for twenty or so.  I used to do some business in Bali, so I went to a few countries in the Far East and before that was in college in Israel for a while. The rest of the time it was just small travels into Europe.  I haven’t however been to very many States – only four (plus Puerto Rico).

  10. @SavonDuJour – That sounds wonderful!  What an interesting life you lead.

  11. @tracy – Not now, settled and got no money!

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