Today we leave for good ol' Beantown!
I will most definitely be listening to this song on the airplane on the way up.
Best. Pump-up Song. Ever.
Greg is originally from Massachusetts. He came down to Texas for college and hasn't left. His parents actually moved down to Texas this past summer, and Greg has been wanting to go back up to MA to visit and pay homage to his hometown. I actually met Greg up in Massachusetts for our mutual friends' wedding. I've been up quite a few times since, and it's a great place to go. It's so much fun to visit the culture and the atmosphere of which my wonderful Kennedy-like hubby grew up. However, this time will be a little different not staying with his parents in the house where Greg grew up. We'll actually be staying in Boston for two nights and then going to his hometown (about an hour outside of Boston) for the rest of the time and stay with some family friends.
I'm "wicked" excited!
WTF is up with this weather?!
My Texan blood doesn't know how to read these numbers.
Okay, well, I have been up there twice in November, but I have a strange feeling it'll feel colder in December because it's almost Christmas. I hope it snows!!! I want to see snow in New England!!!
So, anyway, we'll be there until Sunday. I have already packed seven scarves and three pairs of boots. Greg has laughed at me before when I asked him if I needed long underwear, so I made sure not to ask stupid questions.
I also decided that I needed a pre-Boston pick me up:
Sam Adams Blackberry Witbier whilst staring at the Kennedy brothers
Boston makes me feel "Wicked Smaht"
Especially if I pahk the cahr on Hah-vad Yad
But I gotta watch out for the Green Montsah
Ah ha ha ha.... Boston Puns! I'm hilarious!!
And on that note...
BAH-STUN, here we come!