In any case, I had to get the household ready for my absence. That meant lunch box packing instructions for the boys and their schedule up on the kitchen cabinets!
There's just something about bridges that I really love. Here's a glimpse of the Verrazano bridge that we drive across from JFK to Newark and back. It was built in 1964 and who knew that it still stands as the largest suspension bridge in the world at 4,260ft or four-fifths of a mile!
Speaking of bed, not too shabby! I definitely got to catch up with all my movies on this trip. I think I watched about 6 movies going to NJ (I was awake almost the entire 14 hours!) and about 3 movies back inbound.
There was a whole other section on the airplane called the "Lounge" that I didn't get to check out. Maybe next time, honey?????? ;-) Although, it will probably be a while before I actually have to travel on my own again. Especially after seeing how distressed Charlie was during our Skype sessions. He would tuck his head into Bobby and say "I miss Mommy" and start crying. It broke my heart! And when I returned, I saw this drawing that Charlie did while I was away: