As always, Mom was my best buddy on the long drive. Sometimes I like to stand up and just rest my chin on her shoulder when she's driving. She doesn't mind!
It was a long, long time to be in the car. But Emmy and I kept it interesting by changing nap spots every hour or so. We also got Mom to figure out our signal for wanting to stop at a Rest Stop. Emmy and I would start farting, and Mom recognized that as the signal that we were ready to go outside. She and Alex were not too happy about it, and kept rolling down the windows and making fun of us:
When we got to Aunt Margaret's house, I was so excited! It was nice to not be moving anymore, especially after a curvy, swervy ride up the scary mountain roads. I was feeling a little icky, but forgot all about it when walked into Aunt Margaret's house. I even got to meet her dog Lizzy, the Shih Tzu. I couldn't understand why Lizzy was afraid of me, she kept hiding behind the chair:
Most of the people who live on Aunt Margaret's street have separate cabins (called "Guesthouses") out back behind their homes. That's where we got to stay. It was awesome, and felt just like home. As you can see, Emmy and I didn't waste time, we made ourselves comfortable right away. Hey, Aunt Margaret said to make ourselves at home, so that's exactly what we did!
Ahhhhh...... just like home!
This was on the wall of the Cabin.... "Welcome, Sit, Stay". That's exactly what we did!