Karen Presley Cosse asked this question on the Facebook page for Travel with Aging Parents: “What are your funnest travel moments with Mom?” I’ve decided to answer that question with pictures. After all, a picture is worth a thousand words – and Mom and I must have a viagra pathway accounting homework help buy a research paper for college websites for teachers to post homework appendix in an expository essay http://mce.csail.mit.edu/institute/essay-writing-services-in-the-uk/21/ here student case brief examples follow site how to write simple essayВ a patriotism essay need to buy a research paper thesis for a career research paper http://www.cresthavenacademy.org/chapter/paper-proposal-sample/26/ assignment marks click go to site helps with homework running a thousand miles for freedom essay essay on marijuana https://chicagocounseling.org/10453-popular-personal-statement-writing-websites-ca/ http://www.chesszone.org/lib/essay-capital-591.html it assignment how to do a business plan for a small business i need help solving a math problem http://admissions.iuhs.edu/?page_id=pharmacy-viagra sample of a resume for a student do my science homework help with my social studies article review go to site http://mce.csail.mit.edu/institute/kid-doing-homework-meme/21/ efectos secundarios del viagra natural million words’ worth of shared travel stories!
May 2001: Mom and I testing out the ancient potties in the Roman ruins outside of Valencia, Spain. Like mother like daughter!
Thanksgiving 2003: Drinking hurricanes in Pat O’Brien’s courtyard in New Orleans (one of our favorite US cities) before taking a cruise. And joining us on this trip was one Karen Cosse, who sent in this week’s Reader Question!
October 2004: Our last family trip together to Branson, Missouri. Dad unexpectedly passed away less than a year later.
Thanksgiving 2006: Family vacation to Washington, DC including dinner with Louise Koehler:
I struggled to narrow down which pictures to share here. Over the years, Mom and I have shared too many fun moments to count! Here’s to many, many more adventures together!
Thanks for the question, Karen!