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It’s official…

In 30 days (a bit less right now, actually), I will officially be on vacation!

Two weeks of traveling through the southeastern United States.

Spending a couple of days in Tunica, MS – Harrah’s Casino and Paula Deen’s cooking.

Then a night in Tallahassee, FL – just to rest up from a day of driving through Mississippi and Alabama.

A leisurely drive to Orlando, FL – stopping where we want to stop then ending up on the Disneyworld property.

Four days of hanging out with friends – panels, presentations, karaoke, dinners, chatting, playing, dancing.

A stop at Universal Studios’ Harry Potter Experience – can’t wait to try the butterbeer!

A leisurely drive to Savannah, GA and an overnight stay – beautiful sites and lots of history.

Another quick drive up to Laurinburg, NC – a few days with my grandmother and any family who wants to stop by.

Drive back to Chicago with enough time to rest before going back to work.

I can’t wait! Β At 4:00pm on Friday, June 3, I will officially be on vacation. Β Yay!!!

3 comments on “It’s official…

  1. Good to know — it sounds yummy!

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  2. A butterbeer is a drink from the world of Harry Potter. It seemed to be the drink of choice at the Three Broomsticks in Hogsmead. πŸ™‚

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  3. Sounds like it’s going to be a fun trip! Um, what exactly is “butterbeer”??

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