Welcome to Discovering US Bus
When you go on vacation, where do you stay the night? Are you the type that likes to ‘rough-it’ in a tent, or sleep in a hotel? Do you own a camper or a RV? Whatever is your preference, you are sure to find something useful on this blog.
So why don’t you, come along with us for a full-time adventure while we travel across the U.S. in a converted school bus with our 7 kids. We will share with you tips for traveling with kids, camping ideas and meal suggestions that will help you make memories that will last long after your campfire goes out.
So, if you are along for the ride, meet ……
Missy- the voice behind Discovering US Bus
I’m Missy, a southern girl, a travel blogger, a daughter of the King. I believe everyone should live life on purpose. Life is too short to get stuck in a day-in and day-out routine. Whether it is planning our next place to camp or deciding on the next museum to visit, I tried to schedule time for spur-of-the-moment events. Can you tell that I am a bit of a controller? I like to have a plan for each day several days ahead of time.
Here are a few more things about me that you might find interesting.
Some of my hobbies include:
Photography – You can find some of my favorite photos here.
Developing my own recipes – One day I want to write a cookbook.
Spelunking – For those of you who might not know what this is, it is crawling around underground in a cave. This is not the commercial cave where there is lights and a nice walking path. Spelunking involves get muddy and wet while wearing a helmet and a headlight.
This is what I am talking about. Jackson Cave was a memory
that will stay with us forever.
Things I struggle with:
I am a controller. – I am trying to let go of things and not micro-manage but it is hard when so much in my life NEEDS controlling.
I am an excessive planner. – I try to just enjoy the moment but with 7 children, moments left unplanned lead to dramaody. (Dramaody- is my word for drama that is funny.) You know those “it’s never dull in my house moments”.
My Quirky Side:
I tie my shoelaces to the side.
When eating a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup, I eat the edge first.
I do not let a child of ours, blow out their birthday candles on the entire cake. I cut their piece and put the candle on the individual slice. Seriously, have you thought about the germs that is all over that cake when a snotty nose child blows out his candles. I would be the one making a wish – NOT TO GET SICK.
Now that you know a little bit about me, if you would like to get-to-know the rest of the family click here.
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