Sunday, March 4, 2012

Summer Vacation

Spring is in the air.

And I am so ready for it. And even more ready for the hot days of Summer.

I don’t know about everyone else, but for me, I enjoy the snow and the cold winter days right up until the Holidays are over. After that, I just want sunshine and heat. I want Summer even though it never seems to come fast enough.

But Spring is good too because it’s all about the planning for Summer. It’s like a teaser because you know it’s coming and there is so much to plan and do before it actually gets here.

And if you’re like me, and so many others, Spring is also the time when you start planning and looking forward to your Summer Family Vacation.

The kids are out of school, you and your significant other have saved up your vacation days . . . all so you can get away. Visit somewhere new. Tour the many different attractions offered in this great country of ours.

But where do you go? It does seem to be a question we face often during the start of the summer planning stage. There are so many choices. So many decisions to make. And yet there is also an easy answer. Almost like having your own personal travel agent on hand, year after year . . .

And not only do you get the planning of where to go, you also get amazing bonuses to go along with it.

Because not only do they provide a new city and state to travel to in this great country of ours, year after year, they also provide the opportunity to be a part of fighting for something that is important. A chance to teach your children (for the FULL family vacation) what it means to be part of a group of people, united in their desire to make a change for those denied what so many others take for granted.

A chance to show them a part of the world outside of what they live in. To see the struggles of others and the importance behind fighting for those struggles to be eliminated.

You couldn’t ask for better.

And this year, it’s all about the fabulous city of Chicago, Illinois.

Chicago . . . home of the Magnificent Mile. The Navy Pier. And, of course, the Sears Tower.

Plus so much, MUCH more.

How could you go wrong? How could you possibly not plan the perfect family vacation while being a part of the fight to give adoptees their equal rights?

It’s like having the best of both worlds wrapped up in to one.

So, take advantage of the travel planning the Adoptee Rights Coalition has already done for you. Be a part of something that will make a difference. Will change the discrimination against over six million adoptees in our country.
Make your summer vacation plans now and become a part of the Adoptee Rights Demonstration in Chicago. I promise, you won’t regret it.

6 comments:

  1. I'll see you there! Can't wait to meet you.

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  2. I think I'm going too! It's just a matter of working out the details of how many days I will be there. : )

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  3. Laurie,

    I'm so glad you are going. Can't wait to see you there.

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  4. WP,

    I SO hope you make it. You won't regret it. I promise!

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  5. Sounds lovely :) If we were States side I would love to go!!

    Hope you have a great time and the message gets across

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  6. That's EXACTLY how I feel about it too!
    'Cept I usually leave the family at home.. lol
    But it is like travelling with a huge group for the best time ever.. new city every year...and contributing something to this world.

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