Caffeinated Convo: What is Your Favorite Travel Music?

Finally! Another Caffeinated Convo! Did you miss me? *wink, wink* If you haven’t guessed, my family is still. homeless. *Sigh…* But, the good news is, we just got final approval yesterday for the loan on our house! As of May 5, I might–just might–be able to get back into my regular schedule! *crosses fingers and wishes on a star* Our family has been traveling all over the country, as we’ve been patiently (or not-so-patiently) awaiting the day we would move in to our new home. We’ve visited exciting destinations like: Tahlequah, Oklahoma (Capital of the Cherokee Nation!); Kannapolis, North Carolina (birthplace of Dale Earnhardt Sr.–and our new home! *cartwheel*); Camden, Delaware (neighbor to the Dover NASCAR track!); Yardley, Pennsylvania (home of my sister and a really good Starbucks!); and Lititz, Pennsylvania (our home-away-from-home, and where Wilbur Chocolate and Tomato Pie Cafe are located–enough said!) Aren’t you jealous you’re not on this road-trip with us? (Actually…don’t answer that. *winkie face*)

Sooo, all this traveling has included lots of music. Which brings me to this week’s question:

What is your favorite travel music? 

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Photo credit Unsplash by anja.

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Aloha Hawaii (or Learning to write with sand between my toes)

Caffeinated Fiction is moving to Hawaii!

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Yep, you read that right! At the end of the year, my family will be pulling up roots and heading to the islands off the west coast of the U.S. of A.! Woo hoo! (No worries. The actual Caffeinated Fiction website will still be found in the same place, albeit with a few  extra coconuts.) 😉

Why, you ask? Ummm… quite a few reasons, actually. Most that have to do with the fact that we feel like God has been leading us to a big transition, for many years. There has been a leading of our hearts to do something big for a while and through much prayer and consideration, we know the time is now. We are going into this as a permanent transition, but are open to wherever God would lead in the future.

What does this mean for my writing? Good things, I hope! Continue reading