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There has been lots of talk this week about Mom’s old stationwagons. When we kids were young she always drove a stationwagon and used it to haul around a bunch of kids. Mom defied the laws of physics when it came to packing kids into the stationwagon. I have heard stories of her pulling into the Patterson Heights Baptist Church and seventeen kids getting out and going into Vacation Bible School. Personally, I always thought Mom should have gotten a job in the circus packing clowns into a car.
On the day of my mother’s death a friend of my sister’s called and told sis that “If they have stationwagon’s in Heaven, your mom is driving one around picking up kids to take to Vacation Bible School.”
I remember those old stationwagons well. Only one of them was ever bought new. Dad always bought one that had been wrecked and then totaled out by the insurance company and rebuilt it. The light beige one that was actually bought new was bought without an airconditioner. That was back in the days when an air conditioner was considered a luxury, and my folk didn’t believe in luxuries. That made for a memorable childhood trip across the desert on the way to California.
When it comes to girls, every teenage boy needs a little helpful advice from someone who as already walked that path. I laugh just thinking of the scene from “Back To The Future” where George McFly, taking the advice of Marty, states his love for Lorraine. With the pathos of a suitor reading his lines from a notebook, George declares, “You are my density!” What? He had the letters in the wrong order, he meant to say “destiny”.
Like a teenage boy needing advice on girls from someone who has been there, so every traveler needs guidance from someone who has been there. If you get that advice from the wrong place or get the details skewed you can end up with density rather than at your destiny. That is where Destinia comes in.
Destinia is a Spanish online travel agency that is expanding into the English language market. As such, it not as well known as some of those who have been operating in the English market for awhile. But, it will be soon and it will be exciting to see the new ideas and opportunities that Destinia introduces in English market.
Before you take your next trip, check out possible hotels and flight arrangements with Destinia, as well as information on show tickets and more. If you don’t, you may very well end up in density rather than at your destiny.