We love to travel. One of our businesses keeps us at home for months at a time. While we do love our home, sometimes we just have to get away. Luckily we have another business that offers us a chance to travel all over the country. We attend about 7 trade shows a year and always try to take a few extra days to discover another beautiful place in this great country of ours.
The word view has so many different definitions. Your view on things, how you feel about different stuff or the View from a window, what you see with your own eyes. Everybody's view is not the same... Everybody sees and interprets things differently.
With this blog we will share our views of the places we go and the things we do........ We think it will be fun, hope you do to. Let us know your view.
Paul and I have been married 18 years on May 4th. So we took some time to reflect - you see Paul and I have known each other for 35 years. I was friends with Paul's mom, Paula and his sister, Candi. This is not a story about our love but it is a certainly is a Love story.
Ok, I know you have heard the term putting the cart before the horse... well that's what we did recently. As most of you know we love to travel. America is such a beautiful country, there is so much to see, and we want to see it all.
With all this rain and the current flood Watch, we are reminded of a trip that we took this summer.
We were fortunate enough to get to go with 4 of our nieces, Delise’s brother Mark and sister Donyal and her husband Michael to Zion National Park in Utah. Zion is one of the most beautiful parks we've ever been to. (Ever heard that before?)
It's is our view that when the black birds and red-wing blackbirds arrive by the thousands in middle Georgia, fall is officially here.
We have a special name for these birds because one day when one of our nieces was very small she was riding in the back seat of the car when she looked out the window at a bird and asked her mom "what kind of bird was that?" Her mom, not seeing what kind of bird she was pointing at ask - "was he black?"