Goin' Back to Cali

The time has come, I am off to California tomorrow morning for my brother's wedding. I am nervous and excited, excited about the wedding, nervous about leaving Mexico after so long. This is my first trip out of here in four years, I just know that I am going to be suffering some culture shock. My folks already have all the shopping planned out, here's hoping I don't have a major meltdown in Target with the huge selection of groovy stuff we can't get down here.

It's going to be a quick trip, too quick really. I leave tomorrow and come back on Monday. There will most likely be some tears this weekend, tears of joy (who doesn't cry at weddings!?) and tears of sadness when I leave. I am really looking forward to an adult weekend, this is the first time I will be away from Max for so long and I desperately need a "mommy break". Hopefully the house and my two boys will be intact on my return. I've got some lovely friends helping out with Max care, one in the afternoons while Hubby is working, the other on stand by for the weekend in case there is a break down on Hubby's part. He's a great daddy, but Max is a cyclone, having a back up plan for the sanity of both is a necessity. Good luck all (insert very evil laugh here)!

So, I most likely won't be blogging until my return, I wish you all a peaceful and happy weekend and look forward to catching up with you all when I get back! Hasta pronto!

(The weather outlook for southern California is making me VERY happy, sure looks a lot nicer than what we're getting here!)


Comments

Croft Randle said…
The great thing about going to a same sex wedding is that you can dance with both partners! Kick up your heels, have a blast and bring back some stories for us!
Mimi said…
Have a great time sweetie! I'm sure Max and Hubby will be just fine!
Hugs Mi
Anonymous said…
Have a wonderful time and a safe trip.
~Velvet~
Anonymous said…
I hope you have a wonderful time, and just enjoy yourself. You will miss your boys, but sometimes a break is very needed if you are a mommy just to refuel. Have a great time!!

Amy in MN
JJ said…
Have a blast, Canuck! If things get too Not-Mexico for you, ask the fam to bring you to Alvarado Street to re-group. Congrats to the happy couple and just enjoy a great trip to the States. And ENJOY TARGET!
John in LA said…
YO! CANUCK! You're coming to my town! Right on! I live right by the airport so if you need a ride drop me a line.

I just watched the LLCJ video and it brought back all the memories of living in Venice from WAY BACK. Old School LA!

Have a good trip and enjoy. Send you brother a congrats from me.

John in LA
Heather said…
I am loving this post! Love the video and as I type this I know you are enjoying the sunny cali weather like I am. Dont you just love it? Wish we could have seen each other, only being 2 hrs away, but i still want my trip to cancun too! Have fun girl, cant wait to hear all about it.
-h
Jackie said…
Have a great trip and enjoy the wedding.
K.W. Michigan said…
I know you won't see this b4 you leave, but I know you will have a wonderful time. Enjoy the sunshine and I need some beach pics. I'm in withdraw!
Susan in Cancun said…
Thanks for giving me my daily dose of LL Cool J. YUMMMY!

Have fun at the wedding...and at Target. I'm jealous of the Target outing.
Congratulations to your brother and his partner. I am more than a bit envious of your trip to California, have lots of fun, take lots of pictures and don't worry everything will be fine at home.
regards,
Theresa
Jorge said…
Just for the record... Canucka is freezing there...lol

Have fun amor.
Fned said…
I hope you're having fun right now girl (despite your hubby's comment above -LOL).

I remember those trips NOB back when I was a kid. There was always three imperative stops that used to drive us completely bonkers: Target, Half Priced Books and McDonald's.

Have fun and can't wait to hear how the wedding went!!!

Fned.

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