Headed up to Vermont for the second time, this time for almost a week. I rented a car from Enterprise, which was great. Now, I’m driving around a 2007 Chevy something or other. Never in my life have I driven a Chevy and I’m feeling a little uncomfortable. It’s the first American car I’ve driven since I lived in Mississippi and owned a Dodge Neon.
While it’s got a great sound system and fully functioning air conditioning, it feels like I’m driving around in a Tupperware.
So we’ll see how it goes on the ride up. I’m just packing my things now, about to take a shower, and then head off into the wild blue yonder known as Interstate 91. Looking forward to being at home again in Vermont, and even though I’ll be back here by Sunday, it’s hard to know I’m missing out on more time with Dennis. He tells me though, to calm down my worries, “What’s a few days? A few days is a few days; it’s nothing when we have forever.”