A Long Absence: The Road Trip Up

Unfortunately, it’s proven to be a bit harder updating whilst on the go than I had originally anticipated. I will try updating as much as I can, but I can’t promise it will be anywhere near as often as before. For more regular updates, you can either follow me on Instagram or follow our new Tumblr, Cassie + Nick Move To Massachusetts! We’ll share regular updates of our lives here through our individual iPhones. 🙂

Here are a few snippets though, until I have more time (and a more familiar computer) to update with!

Visiting Halloween Horror Nights with Nick and my little brother, Baylie, a few days before moving.

I think this is like the only photo I have of me with both of my parents. They saw me off before Nick and I left for Massachusetts.

Almost all of our belongings in one 10×10 unit of storage. It took over 12 hours of moving, 3 days of packing and almost killed my boyfriend and my brother. My whole life is in that room, minus some clothing and toiletries.

 

The car was so packed with our stuff that my knees were almost touching the dashboard the whole 16+ hour ride up. Good thing I’m short!

 

My first brush with cold weather! Virginia is beautiful.

My first time seeing changing leaves!

I love bridges!

Not so good of a time, but a pretty neat place overall.

Yay, Maryland! College Park is where Nick is from! 🙂

 

Stay tuned! I’ll post the photos from Maryland when I have more time. The drive up was very long and very stressful — We ended up leaving late, some of our plans were changed very last minute, and there was a lot going on. I was happy that my family all came to see us off — Leaving the place I grew up surrounded by the people I grew up with was really nice!

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  1. […] This is the first post of our trip up, cataloging our adventure from Florida up to Maryland. It was kind of rough — We fought a bit, had no sleep and driving for 16 hours took its toll on Nick. Once we got to Maryland though, everything sort of leveled out and it was the best few days I’ve had in a long time. […]



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