I have a love/hate relationship with Jason's job. I feel like PWC is the other woman in Jason's life, we are both constantly competing for his attention. His mistress whisks him away to exotic locations like New York, Boston, San Francisco and Provo, Utah. She wines and dines him at Ruth's Chris while all I have to offer is a casserole served on Ikea plates. She's his sugar mama, but I can't complain too much when she funds my Target and Costa Vida habit. She does make him work hard for her affection, though, and between you and me I think he's just using her for her money. Throughout this ongoing relationshhip she's treated us to some pretty nice hotels, but this one takes the cake, it's the bee's knees, the cream of the crop. We stay here everytime we come to Tucson, but this time they hooked us up with a huge suite. We're talking huge like 5 balconies-a bed for each kid-2 baths-4 thermostats-a kitchen and 8 person dining table-and four seperate entrances-huge. The 9 pillow beds and chocolates wrapped up like little pats of butter were a nice touch too. The kids were ready to pack up and move in for good. After their failed attempt to convince us of that, Jayden said, "well, the good news is, this is just the beginning!" And it was. It was the beginning of a perfectly relaxed and perfectly needed getaway. After back to back to back parties (didn't plan that one too good, did I?), we were all ready to just chill so when Jason had to go to Tucson for the week I didn't hesistate to yank the kids out of school and tag along for a few days (darn CTA and their academic excellence, I wish we could have stayed the whole week). Usually there's nothing to do but watch TV in hotels, but with so much space the kids played games involving forts, 5 star restraunts, mansions and Maddox calling everyone "sweetheart" and "your highness". And then we watched lots of TV. We also spent much of the day (and night) in the pools and went on an outing to our favorite zoo.
The private rooftop balcony the size of half our back yard was my favorite part. We ate every meal out there while watching the sunset and pretending we were at a fancy restraunt.
those lips are quite the phenomenon...
I only let them jump on the beds for a picture (wink, wink)