How to Get to Our House

Last month, I suggested that April is the best time to visit the McGees. May is awfully nice, too. And our cherry trees bloom in June, so that’s also good.

Well, if you’re thinking about visiting, you’ll need to know how to get here. For that, we turn to our daughter, T.

She was on the phone with a friend several days ago, trying to make plans for the friend to come visit and play for a few hours. Now, T is not very experienced on the phone just yet so it was funny to listen to her side of the conversation and try to imagine what her friend was saying.

After all the plans were settled, the friend needed to know how to get to our house. The friend lives right near school, about a half-mile from here. She must’ve asked for directions, and that’s when T furrowed her brows and thought for a few seconds. And then she offered these helpful instructions:

“You carefully curve a little. Then you go forward.”

So, there ya have it. Come visit us soon, won’t you? The directions are simple. 😉

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4 Responses to How to Get to Our House

  1. Phil R May 21, 2009 at 7:04 am #

    Done and done… Google maps might want to get those directions instead of street views. MUCH easier.

  2. Adrienne Doss May 22, 2009 at 7:01 am #

    The other day my husband was driving with my 3-year-old daughter to the grocery store, when some lady pulled out in front of him and (of course) slowed down. So he says something like, “C’mon, lady, if you’re going to pull out in front of me at least go the speed limit!”

    My daughter pipes up with this question:

    “Dad, is she a freakin’ lady?”

    Good times. 🙂

  3. Juice from HGP's Lawyers June 3, 2009 at 3:03 pm #

    This blog post How to Get to Our House, dated May 20, 2009 at 7:43 pm will be treated as a fully legally binding agreement, heretofore unto eternity. We also wish to inform you that “April is the best time” will be stricken from the legally binding document and replaced with “whenever our client pleases.”

    We also wish to append “The directions are simple” with: “and feel free to raid the well-stocked ‘fridge (sic.)”

  4. Juice from HGP June 8, 2009 at 2:23 pm #

    I just sent you an email re: your vertigo post. It may be helpful…..

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