(3/4) Back in high school, my friends and I would day dream about all the amazing road trips we would take as soon as we were 18. Of course, we didn’t calculate in, having jobs, money or time... or anything practical, so needless to say, none of those road trips we planned came into fruition. For these reasons, and because Brandon and I desperately hate to fly if we don’t have to, we decided to “make a thing of it” and drive to the premiere from New Hampshire to Texas with my little sisters (one of whom is almost 18, and we’re besties 👯). We took four days and drove through nine states for a total of 1,600 miles (one way). It was so fun. We took all the back roads, and drove through as many National Parks as we could. We stopped for coffee in many a cute small town, listened to books on tape, discussed all matter of things, laughed till we cried playing on Snapchat, and jammed out to summer tunes and then some. These are my peeps! My summer road trip dreams came true, after all.❤️🥰 The road back was just Brandon and I, for two straight, twelve hours days we hoofed it (needed to get back for a job), but the day we all parted, it reminded me of the end of The Parent Trap when it’s raining and storming and the sad music is on, and everyone is saying goodbye. When we finally hit Vermont, the moon had risen high into the sky and burned an orangy, hazy red. We turned on “Moonlight in Vermont” and reveled in being home again.