Aug 302009


Happyland is my new name for Maryland. We had a “honeymoon lite” this weekend, just 24 hours and it was most decidedly not enough. The bayside town we go to is a spot where his family owns a little place; for a while there we went every year but due to being newly moved, more poor and less time off from work we had to forgo our week-long summer escapes there these last two years.

It’s always nice to go back; in a way it feels like going home. Is it sad that we (especially me) were super duper excited to see that they put in a new (and huge and wonderful) Target closer to our town? Some places on the eastern shore are a good 20-30 minute drive to “civilization” and chain stores (or farther!). The new Target means that decent shopping is now a little bit closer AND we no longer have to go to Wal-mart for non-grocery things. We bought dessert there – Target has a food brand called Archer Farms and a lot of their things are quite good. We got a Tiramisu from the frozen section and we were very pleasantly surprised! The filling part isn’t as thick and pudding-like as mine, but it was really tasty and even better than some I’ve had in restaurants!!! Another reason we love Maryland is that somehow the roads there are far, far superior than Pennsylvania. It doesn’t matter which highway we are on to get into Maryland (so far it’s been 4 different ones), the moment you officially cross state line the road changes. From pale, crappy, cracked, riddled with potholes and untold amounts of tar patching to smooth and hassle-free. It’s sad, really. Even the median and the shoulders are far superior. And, of course, the drivers are better for the most part.

Dinner was divine, at one of our favorite local seafood places. After dinner we took our usual drive to one of our spots; I had an urging for beach glass. It’s a bit of an obsession with us on the last couple trips and we’ve gotten a decent collection from various beaches in the eastern shore area. No red glass, sadly, and only two little pieces of dark blue glass but the rest is quite pretty. This was our haul from one of the nearby little beaches. I guess “beach” is a bit misleading – more like “bit of shore with some sand and shells and rocks for about 100 yards”. But we like it.

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We love this place so much and don’t spend nearly enough time there, that I’ve got a bit of vacation drop after a mere 24 hours. Really really don’t wanna go back to work tomorrow.

As soon as Drew, my dealer and enabler, firms up a few details for me I will announce a sex toy giveaway contest that I’m really excited for. And I already have my HNT pic (or pics, we’ll see) for this week because last week I wore a top I hadn’t ever noticed is so thin that it’s see-through in certain lighting. Oops!

  7 Responses to “24 Hours in Happyland”

  1. Congrats on getting married! Glad you had a nice trip away, albeit too short. They always are, aren’t they? I’m curious about the beach glass you mention. I’ve never heard about it before.

  2. Glad you guys were able to get away even if it were just for 24 hours. Sounds like you had a great time. :)

  3. That’s great that you and he were able to get away for a mini-honeymoon!

    I’m glad I’m not the only one who finds PA roads to be crap-tacular…

  4. Nice pics and description of the getaway. Sounds like you had a great time – GFY. I hope married life is as wonderful as the “honeymoon” was!


  5. Sounds like a lovely bit of time away!
    I’ve never started a beach glass collection.. but shells..oh my~
    Looking forward to the HNT~
    I hear you about the roads ( MD has much better roads as well as signage!)

  6. Your “Honeymoon Lite” sounds like a little piece of heaven. Love the idea of collecting beach glass!!! I’m very happy for you!!

    (Archer farms from Target is the Shit!!)

  7. I love beach glass…. Looks like a great place for a getaway…

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