It's Time For Tuesday's Question!

Hello, and welcome to Tuesday's Question.  Every Tuesday or just about every Tuesday, I ask and answer a question in an effort to get to know you better.   Plus, I want you to get to know me better and it's fun.  All you have to do is answer the question and if you like, feel free to ask your own question.           

This weeks question is...

When was your favorite vacation?

My favorite vacation was many years ago...I'm guessing it was the early eighties before my ex-husband and I were married and before our son was born.  We were young and flat broke, but we still  managed to drive to Destin Fla. from Baton Rouge, which is about an eight hour drive, just for one day. 

Nothing special happened, but the memory remains because it was the only time in my life I can remember not having a worry in the world. Oh, the confidence of youth. On these trips we laughed and sang on the way, danced on the beach and tried to dance in the water...we were just free, and the spontaneity of it had it's charms.

I've had many fine vacations, but those will forever remain in my heart.

Now, it's your turn- I cannot wait to read your answers and I appreciate you visiting A Nice Place In The Sun. Have a terrific day!


Sandee said...

What a lovely memory of a great vacation. It doesn't take money to have a memorable experience.

I've had many wonderful vacations. I think the one that I was most excited about was my first trip to Hawaii. I was married to the wrong person, but the magic of Hawaii wasn't lost on me.

The next best, okay even better vacation, was with hubby when we traveled to Florida and took a cruise to the Caribbean. We got to meet other bloggers and it was most fun. I was traveling with the right person and our week was more than wonderful.

Have a fabulous day, Ann. Big hug to you and tons of lovies and scritches to Simon. ♥♥♥

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

I know, it really doesn't take money..does it? I think I would be overwhelmed in Hawaii regardless of who I was with too. But, I'm so glad you also have great memories with "hubby" who I know is the love of your life.

What a fabulous answer, Sandee. Thank you~ :)

You have a fabulous day too, and big hugs back to you. And, of course I will send Simon is scritches, he has come to expect them...he loves you.


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