- Sep 2, 2012
Or something.Wait, are you washing your hair?
mmmm...brownies. Guess what I just had to get up and make.Brownie points for you!
With 4 kids, there's no way we could travel without the minivan. You just need the space! They're not always cheap to rent, though.
Oddly enough - I took a solo trip this summer and the first time I checked for a rental, the minivan was the cheapest choice. I thought it was a bit much for one person, so I waited...then decided it might be kinda nice for easy access to the backseat....alas, that deal was gone when I went back to book. Allison and I must be selecting travel destinations where minivans are not in high demand.We often rent a minivan and find that they are cheaper than some of the other vehicles, then again we travel with enough luggage that we would need to hire a trailer if we didn't get a large vehicle! No room for any kids!
See...I pay attention....and you're welcome - you have most of the dining report component already completed.You pretty much nailed it. Pop tarts or donuts for breakfast in the room, pb&j for lunch, sit-down dinner. We did buy a few lunches, though.
They are smart cookies - make it worse than before and you won't be asked to help after awhile.It's amazing to me that I can send them to clean up stuff on the floor and the act of their cleaning somehow results in more stuff on the floor.
Let's not forget the daily resort fee.Now all you have to do is throw in an extra daily charge for parking and shut down every evening for a hard-ticket event and this whole circus will be rolling in profits in no time flat.
I've called it 'time donation' for years.Given that one is actually paid for overtime…