Monday, September 08, 2008

Hello From Ft Smith, Arkansas

Just a quick hello as we check out of our hotel in AR.

Yesterday was our longest day in the car at 9 hours, 30 minutes. But it's worth it to be half way finished.

Good news: The DVD works at 45 minute increments, so we are making do.

Bad news: We have all developed colds. The Girl had a fever the night before we left AZ. She has obediently done what we have taught her her whole life: Share.

Not only has she given it to us, but to my parents as well.

But it's all good and we are looking forward to our drive today, the last of the long drives. THe last two days we are breaking up into 4 hour increments. We should arrive just east of Nashville, just in time for rush hour traffic! Yippee!

Oh, and the homeschooling that was going to get done in the car?

Yeah, right.

OK, The Mister and The Boy are out getting breakfast and I am supposed to be in the shower!!

Gotta Go!

La Vida Dulce!

9 comments:

Lindsay said...

yay for being half way done!!! That is terrible to have a cold on the cross country drive! I hope you all start feeling better soon.

Lisa said...

So sorry to hear about the colds!! I hope the traveling you do today is quick and easy.;-)

Everyone feel better.

byebyepie said...

You are almost here. I am so excited!! I can smell the coffee!!!

Tanya said...

So sorry you're all sick!! What a bummer. I'm praying for you!

Anonymous said...

Hey -- we're ready for you over here in NC. Let us know how we can help -- we'll even feed you and entertain los kiddos
K1

flyinjuju said...

Hope you all feel better. Glad your trip is going well though.

Tiffani said...

Yuck on the colds!! That makes any day extra taxing....hang in there!!

And girl, that is the beauty of homeschooling....FLEXIBILITY...
don't even worry about that part...you'll get back on track soon enough!!!

Not much farther!!!

jen said...

Yay for the half way mark! And yay for homeschooling that is flexible and can be made to work with your schedule! And yay for all the practical lessons your kids are learning instead!
Sorry about the colds though - bummer!

mer@lifeat7000feet said...

Kellie...how fun that you stopped in Fort Smith...that's super close to where my sister lives!

So sorry you guys aren't feeling great. That makes traveling so un-fun!

Be safe on the road...you're getting closer and closer.