Thursday, September 01, 2005

It's to late for this shit

I survived, barely.

We flew into Philly and the moment I walked out of the airport I knew I was doomed. The humidity hit me like a ton of bricks and my mood quickly changed. We were in Philly for two days and looked around, toured some was pretty fun.

Then we went down to Virginia. Good ol' Virginia. After being there for a week I really don't care if I ever see that damn state again. I thought the humidity in Philly was bad...oh no! You just walk outside in Virginia and you become wet. It's disgusting. Of course Host Dad also insisted that we go see all these freaking museums and pretend colonies during the middle of the day in this type of weather. So Virginia...kiss my ass because I don't ever want to come back.

We stayed in Virginia for like a week, and then we headed up to D.C. We stayed in D.C. for a day. I liked D.C. It was fairly clean and seemed like a pretty good city. After D.C. was NYC. New York rocked. The first day we went out to see the Statue of Liberty. The kids and I got on the boat first and Host mom and dad missed the boat. The kids started crying hysterically and I started bashing my head against the window. But, we survived and later went to the Broadway show Hairspray. That rocked. The last day we just walked around and shopped and stuff.

(More trip pics)

The trip was fun but it's nice to have a little break from the fam for awhile. I sent them an e-mail today explaining that we either need to hire the maid back or pay me more for all the cleaning I do. I also told them that I'm only staying for 6 more months and then I'm gone. They haven't e-mailed me back. We'll see what happens.

I'm tired so I'm out. Goodnight


  1. Glad to hear you survived to east coast! I hope you at least got to eat a cheesesteak in Philly, or some crab in Virginia.

  2. Thats the way stick up for yourself more money more cleaning I say, just tell them to re-hire the maid