Summer vacation at the school our kids attend in Crete is 13 weeks long. (!) We just kicked off lucky number 13. It's been long but also been terrifically sweet. Time in New England with family and friends; sleepaway camp in New Hampshire for the big two; a week in Spain for the kids and me on trip back; nearly a month kicking around Crete. I feel so thankful.
So I'm jumping in on Emily Freeman's great "What I Learned" summer linkup. Here goes:
1. Flying backwards in a plane is really awkward. Not so much in the regular part of the flight, when you barely notice, but during takeoff and landing. The seats in the military aircraft we flew from America to Spain were rear facing, and it was quite a head game. (There were also no windows which was likewise a novel experience.)Read More