He's Not in It, So There
December 13, 2017 2:24pm CST
My husband didn't want me to take any photos, especially of him, so I gave him my iPhone and asked if he'd mind taking a photo of my brother and me. That was just what he wanted to hear. It's become a tradition to take "first day in Florida" photos of friends and family. My brother flew down yesterday for one week to open his condo and receive shipment of one of his cars. We picked him up at the airport and invited him to our place for cocktails and dinner. I swear we see him and his wife more in Florida than we do in Connecticut. Do you see family often?
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• United States
Thank you! It's good to have family so far from home. He will return on January 4th with his wife and dog for the month, and back and forth in February, then most of March with his wife and dog again. It's difficult, because she works. Our other sis in law arrives January 1st for 3 months. Does your husband's family live in Florida?
• Laguna Woods, California
@DianneN - We see our spread out family as often as possible. In fact, about 90% of our travel these days involves seeing our family ... either our kids or our siblings. Family is very precious and, as we age, we never know how much longer our siblings and older family members are going to live.
• United States
@DianneN Bahaha yeah I tell you like my husband mom can come here and she works, but none of them can raise a hand to come see me. Like my mom would say well she has money so she can do that but I am like you can save up I mean I have been here for like six years now.