|Jess LC Jackson earrings, J. Crew Biennial medium satchel, glitter TOMS,
Madewell chambray shirt, Old Navy striped shorts
It’s definitely a TGIF kind of week again. So the long holiday weekend in the US is perfectly timed. Weather permitting, I’m hoping to work on the back room again.
Growing up, my family took a few summer vacations to Hilton Head. One year, my parents decided to drive instead of fly. It’s a bit of a hike from Ohio to South Carolina, so they devised a little plan to keep us occupied. Once everyone was piled into the van, my Mom gave my sister and I a small brown paper bag with “Ohio” written on it. Inside was an activity book for the trip. And as we passed through each subsequent state, we received a new goodie bag. Each bag contained something little like a snack, batteries for our CD players, or perhaps a Beanie Baby (remember those?). As a kid, it was like gold.
I haven’t used this idea as an adult yet, but it can be done. Maybe put together state goodie bags with your road trip companion’s favorite snack, a new CD or album downloaded from iTunes, a magazine, or Mad Libs book.
How did you survive road trips as a kid? Or even as an adult?