I feel so accomplished...my husband agreed to wear Christmas pajamas in public over the weekend. My cousins live in Palestine and they told us to make SURE to wear our pajamas for our Polar Express trip to see them. We were instructed to stay in our pajamas in public too.
Apparently, it's a "thing".
So our whole family wore pajamas and slippers for the 3-hour road trip to The Polar Express in Palestine, Texas. Our first pit stop felt a little awkward.
Then people started asking us if we were headed to the Polar Express, so it was reassuring that they understood our situation. Palestine is a town where wearing Christmas pajamas in public is socially acceptable, and customary around the holidays!
My kids didn't believe me when I told them they were each going to get $4,000 in cash, but by the end of the day, they really did come home with a bag full of money and huge smiles on their faces.
Here is how that happened...
I found out about Jellystone when my sister visited with her family. They stayed in the "Yurt", which is basically a high-tech sturdy tent, complete with a 1/2 bathroom and flat screen television. That's pretty cool tent camping! I really need to tell you about my sister's trip because she has a daughter who is autistic, with a service dog, Reece....he's also part of the family!