Everyday Is A Winding Road

Best roadtrip buddy ever!

Woke up on Friday morning and thought – wow, I’m such an idiot!  I was leaving for Coromandel right after work but still hadn’t managed to finish packing and could barely fake functioning like a normal human being with just 3 hours of sleep.  So I went into my turbo rockstar mode – threw a bunch of randomness into my pack as I got ready for work and even managed to fly out the door to make my morning triage without breaking a sweat.  Sadly, all my brilliance fell to pieces when I realized that anything remotely healthy for breakfast was already consumed by my coworkers and I was left with no choice but to fill up on all the sugar sweetness that was lying about.  I crashed and burned hard.

By the time the end of the day hit – I was visibly in rough shape.  But the show must go on and I was a trooper and did everything in my power to make sure that I made it to the car in one piece and was good to go.  It was a different story once I showed up at the car.  Let’s just say I was dead weight that may or may not have been curled up in fetal position in the back seat.   By the time we stopped for food – nausea had set in from lack of sleep (and possible from being hung over…I’ll never tell!!!) but I figured it was best to skip dinner and relax in the back seat for the rest of the drive. 

Skipping dinner was the smartest move I could make as the road took on twists and turns after our stop.  It was like we were driving

beautiful moments that I slept through...

 on a rollercoaster in the middle of the night and one wrong move was going to have us plummeting to our death down some steep cliff.  It was at this point that I just closed my eyes and tried to figure out a puke plan that wasn’t going to involve causing a car accident on a twisty turny road.  

Thankfully, there was no incidents in the car that involved vomit.  Once I felt safe again, I opened my eyes and noticed that we were heading straight into the open sea.  There were no barricades or warning signs.  The road just ended and the sea was on the other side.  Fortunately for everyone in the car – the superstar at the wheel was alert and reacted with lightening speed and avoided a major disaster.  It was at this point we had to stop the car and just laugh.  Despite the white knuckle driving and getting slightly lost and almost driving in the ocean – we made it to our rental bach in one piece and after many stiff drinks it was time for bed.

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