FLYING BY THE SEAT OF OUR PANTS

Spontaneity is not in my bones.  
It’s just not.  
I like to make a plan, map out the route, pack a travel bag.
But thankfully I married Josh Morris.
The opposite of a planner.
The essence of spontaneity.
And that is how we ended up in Bentonville yesterday after work.
For his brother’s surprise birthday party.
We were only there for a few hours but it was still great to see J’s brother, his wife, and our niece and nephew.
And eat some birthday cake of course.

And the good new is…
we made it to Kennedy’s three minutes before they closed.
#score

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