Along the hike to The Devil’s Bridge
Around this time last year, I shared some of my favorite pictures and moments from our Spring Break trip to Las Vegas, the Grand Canyon and Sedona, Arizona – more particularly, the highlight of The Devil’s Bridge!
However, I never really got around to telling the story of how we actually got to the Devil’s Bridge – or rather almost didn’t get there – until now!
Thanks to my fabulous writer friend Sherri Kuhn (whom I have known since the dark ages – i.e. when I still had braces) I am sharing the story over at SheKnows.com as part of a multi-writer contribution article about most memorable Spring Break vacation trips!
Find out what turning 50 (please, NOT ME – my husband) and a quest for The Devil’s Bridge have in common.
Go here to jump right to my story of how we strayed off the beaten path!
Go here to start at the beginning and read all contributing articles!
Really, it’s all good!
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My son was an action figure connoisseur of sorts. As a kid, he spent hours engaged in elaborate battles with his huge collection. These ‘campaigns’ would continue for days on end and until completion, I was not allowed to alter their tactical arrangement in any way. In the majority of these battles, an action figure he named Chris the Caveman (of mysterious origins) was invariably the leader and subsequent conqueror. I asked my son once, why?, and he replied that his battles required super-hero strength against extreme powers and Chris with his ripped muscles seemed like the man for the job…
Head over to Mamapedia, where I am honored to be a featured writer today, to find out how Chris the Caveman aides in this Mom’s fight against the most powerful, and sneaky opponent of all time!
From left: Lori Kickliter, Kristen Sauter, Jennifer Cihi, Michele DeCuir, Paula Benedetti (Danner), Molly Ringwald.
Today I am hanging out at one of my favorite places to guest post, DenimDebutante.com.
I love random. Today, I am writing about the musical Annie and Dittos Jeans. It may not be as random as you think (then again…). I guess you will just have to go here and find out. And yes, that is me in the picture (Annie/National II) above…a “few” years ago.