Aloha Friday – Spring Break

Aloha Friday is the day that we take it easy and look forward to the weekend. So I thought that on Fridays I would take it easy on posting, too.

Therefore, I’ll ask a simple question for you to answer. Nothing that requires a lengthy response. If you’d like to participate, just post your own question on your blog. Don’t forget to visit the other participants! It’s a great way to make new bloggy friends! (Thanks to Kailani at An Island Life for this fun theme! Be sure to click on the link above to visit her blog and get started visiting blogs from there.)

My Question:

Do you have a family tradition for Spring Break?

My Answer:

Spring Break here in Florida is usually a little more than one week off from school for our daughter, Sammi. My husband takes a week off from work and we go on one of family Disney World Vacations. This year we’re going Saturday – Friday. I can’t wait!

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Living in the Tampa Bay area, I'm lucky enough to see beautiful sunsets almost every day. Although life can be difficult at times, focusing on the positive and being with my family is what gets me through.

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  1. No just a week for everyone to relax.
    .-= Deborah´s last blog ..ALL CLEAR: FeedMedic Alert for blogspot/aaJA =-.

  2. Every spring break, my nieces, nephews and god kids come to visit and we go to amusement parks, museums and other fun events.
    .-= 3 Cuzins @ Cuzinlogic´s last blog ..Aloha Friday #8/Friday Follow #6 =-.

  3. Nothing for spring break here!
    .-= East Coast Wahine´s last blog ..It’s Aloha Friday #25 =-.

  4. Most years we have Passover during Spring Break, so we are “stuck” close to home. Passover ends Tuesday night, so after that I am going to look for some fun things to do with both of the boys while hubby is at work. So jealous of your Disney vacation. Have a wonderful time, take lots of photos and please share updates 🙂

  5. We don’t have any traditions. My eldest usually goes to Myrtle Beach with her dad that week. And last year, we took our youngest to NYC for a special treat. But that was spur of the moment.

  6. We don’t really celebrate spring reak over here in the UK, the kids will have a week off school for half term, but that’s about it!
    .-= Rach´s last blog ..Happy April Fools =-.

  7. None. This year we will be looking at colleges.
    .-= Jennifer´s last blog ..Booking Through Thursday – Learning to Read =-.

  8. Hi Connie!
    I take my daughter on shopping trip every year and ‘save’ lots of money 🙂

    Have a great weekend!
    .-= Harriet´s last blog ..It’s a heat wave!!! WOOHOO! =-.

  9. We went to Disney World in April 2 years ago. That would be so awesome to go every year. Lucky you!

    This year, my daughter has a field trip with her GS troop on one of the days, and I’m hoping my mother will take the shopping for some Spring/Summer clothes. Other than that not much else.

    .-= Sue´s last blog ..WW #101 "Red Sox Umbrella" =-.

  10. When I worked full time I would take the entire week off and we would either go to Florida to visit family or my parents would come up and spend the week with us exploring Virginia. This is the first year we have no plans. =/
    .-= Anne Bender´s last blog ..Happy Easter, Jannie =-.

  11. Our Spring break plans seemed to change each year as the children, then the grandchildren have grown but it always involved the traditional Easter egg coloring and hunt as well as a big ham, grandpa’s shrimp salad and his potato salad. Our two year old grandson starts the cycle again this year as he is just old enough to really share my appreciation for fine CHOCOLATE! This means I can buy him a chocolate Easter bunny and eat the ears off. One of the favorite traditions from years past was taking flowers to church to add to the 8 foot high Easter flower cross.
    .-= Pat Curry´s last blog ..eBay changes; a good thing? =-.

  12. I decided to add my own voice to the celebration of Spring. on my Sixties_Chick’s Groovy Rap blog.
    .-= Pat Curry´s last blog ..eBay changes; a good thing? =-.

  13. My daughter is not in school so we have no real traditions yet? We plan our family vacations in September we have 2 bithdays and no crowds.

  14. My daughter attends a track school so she doesn’t have a Spring Break. However, she will be off-track in a couple of weeks and we’re headed for Disneyland!
    .-= kailani´s last blog ..My Friends Tigger & Pooh: Super Duper Super Sleuths =-.

  15. No. This year my mother-in-law came to visit and my husband took off work!
    .-= Mrs. Marine´s last blog ..Aloha Friday #18 Blogoversary =-.

  16. For my family, nope we don’t have a tradition during Spring break.. but we do spring cleaning for sure.. 🙂

    My Aloha Friday

    .-= Cacai M.´s last blog ..My Aloha Friday 4 and Friday Follow =-.

  17. We don’t have a family tradition for spring break, but if our vacation falls in there, we’ll travel to see family that lives far away.
    .-= JamericanSpice´s last blog ..An Apple A Day – Aloha Friday! =-.


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