fun question for saturday July 15th

What was the best holiday you ever took? Tell us a little bit about it?

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Author: manyofus1980

I am a woman in my mid 30's. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

4 thoughts on “fun question for saturday July 15th”

  1. Took a train trip to see my support group members and my BFF from college. Went through New York, up to Canada, saw Niagara Falls, then drove to Ohio. Stayed there for a couple days. Then drove to Detroit Michigan. Stayed one night then took train to Chicago ILLINOIS. Stayed for a week and then took the train back to Boston. Best time I ever had and it was fun

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  2. I think my best holiday was this year. I went to Stockholm with my family. My Dad was promising me every year that this time we’ll for sure go to Sweden, but we never did until this yeear. It never was his fault of course, just circumstances never let us do it. It was very sudden decision to go there this year, my Dad just took a vacation and all of a sudden told me that we definitely should go to Sweden this year and – as he always likes to have everything planned – told me to pick the places I’d like to visit. So when Zofijka was on her swimming camp, my parents and me went by ferry to Karlskrona and then to Stockholm by car. I did lots of great things there, had a lot of fun and could finally really check my Swedish skills, but I think they must be quite good, ’cause I rarely had any bigger trouble with getting along with people, I mean, linguistical. I was also very stressed – you know, it’s not easy when you’re sociophobic and the only one person in the group who can communicate in Swedish and English ’cause my parents don’t speak English either – I had to talk for us three. But I decided to treat it like a challenge. I was exhausted after each day, but also very happy from what I did and saw etc. and proud of myself. I was in the park dedicated to my favourite Swedish artist – Cornelis Vreeswijk, – I also visited his grave and left some flowers for him. When I was picking the places to visit, I picked also the road called Monteliusvägen, from where you can see almost the whole Stockholm from above. I thought my parents, especially my Mum, will like it and they did. We also visited royal castle as well as Drottningsholm. And we ate fabulous Swedish ice cream. We actually ate a lot of great, delicious, strange and different things that are accessible in Sweden but aren’t in Poland like for example salty caramel. My Mum hated it, for me it was eatable, but not particularly good, but my Dad liked it quite a bit. So yeah, we did much more there, I was there from the 3rd of July till the 7th and was really happy to be there.

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