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Road Trip to Virginia June 22, 2010

Filed under: Uncategorized — christineglover @ 2:50 pm

I am going on vacation with my darling daughter and I can’t wait to hit the road. We love traveling together and this time I know we’ll have a blast. We’re driving up to Virginia to see University of VA, Monticello, friends in Northern VA, my Critique Partners and the beautiful nation’s capitol. I love DC and the surrounding area and I always look forward to returning to visit. Darling Hubby will be up for a bit to work, so I get to play tourist with him and stay in a hotel while DD spends time with her BFF.
Afterward, darling daughter and I are heading to NJ and PRINCETON. I’m excited to see the campus and the town as I’ve never been there before. Then we’re heading back home via Roanoke. A nice long getaway with no workshops to moderate, no house to clean and a minimum of laundry. Best of all, I get to spend quality time with my quality girl!

While I’m on vacation, I’ll pop in every once in a while, but for the most part I plan to work on my revision. I am at the midpoint and cresting over that bump, but there are still 31 scenes to go before I finish this plot pass through. Most of my spare time, if any, will be devoted to this project. I must finish it.But you never know, while I am out and about seeing the sights, I may have to share some of my photos with you as well as some of my adventures.

See you on the road!



4 Responses to “Road Trip to Virginia”

  1. Jody Hedlund Says:

    Have a great trip, Christine! Sounds like it will be fun!

  2. Have fun. Miss you already!

  3. Christine Says:

    Jody: this is just the best time for me. I love traveling with my daughter. And the first school we toured, UVA –so gorgeous. Helps that it is in a lovely area of VA and close to so many fabulous wineries and historical monuments like Monticello.

  4. Christine Says:

    Piedmont Writer: I plan to post pictures later this week–Virginia is a beautiful state. I love the lush green mountains, wineries and the historic atmosphere. Getting a little research done while I am here, too.:-)

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