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We're Going to Myrtle Beach Y'all...

I grew up going to Myrtle Beach with my family but I haven't been there in almost 5 years. My husband and I are getting ready to celebrate our 7 year anniversary (wow!) and the gift of 3 nights and four days in a three-bedroom suite in North Myrtle Beach has fallen into our laps. My little man is going to stay with Nana for the weekend and will not miss us because he'll be riding fourwheelers with his cousins and climbing on tractors until he's exhausted.

I can't wait to lay by this pool and do nothing but read the entire Twilight series. I've already started the first book and I LOVE it! Has anyone else read these books? I know they are written for the teenage crowd, but I loved Harry Potter too and that was for a much younger audience!


  1. I heard that Hard Rock just opened a huge theme park there. I wonder if it's any good?

  2. That place looks GREAT! I had no idea anything that nice existed in Myrtle these days... looks like I know where to book for our next stay :-) Thanks for sharing!

  3. I just found your blog, and I LOVE Myrtle Beach. We also made frequent trips there :)

    Have a great time!

  4. I just ordered the first book in that series because I keep hearing about it everywhere.

    Have a fun trip!


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