If you are going to drive on a regular basis like a flying mammal fleeing an infernal region, putting 1) your child’s name and school, 2) your place of worship, 3) your political affiliation, or 4) your employer on your vehicle is not a really great idea.
If you are approaching a small town, and notice everyone else on the highway is starting to slow down well before the first change speed sign, this might be A Clue.
A cat’s interest in your lap is directly proportional to your interest in using a laptop computer or notepad.
Don’t bother planning a trip to Central Texas in mid-summer if you aren’t resigned to heat and humidity. And no, down there it’s not a “dry heat.”
One of the nicest things about being in a foreign country is the lack of US political news. And US celebrity news, and US sports news, and . . .
You always find the perfect book for the trip on the leg home, or after you return.
There’s nothing like finding an e-mail message from your boss when you get back from any trip to remind you that vacations are finite but work expands to fill all available space and time.
Nothing likes the July heat except cacti and tomatoes, and even tomatoes like a little bit more water.