Train Sleeping

Sometimes I am afraid that I am growing up.

I mean…I’m married, I run my own business, and I have to worry about awful stuff like health insurance and retirement plans and taxes. Blegch.

But then I have an experience that reassures me that no, I am thankfully not quite fully an adult yet.

The most recent of these experiences came when Chris and I took a trip to Oslo this past weekend and WE GOT TO SLEEP ON A TRAIN! Not just sleep in the seats like we’ve done before… but in an actual sleeper car where we tucked ourselves into our tiny cabin in Stavanger and woke up across the country in Oslo! It was so cool!

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And while I was snuggling into my cozy bunk after bouncing around our cabin excitedly forcing Chris to take pictures with me, I realized that even though I may be heading into the later part of my 20s, I am still young enough to get ridiculously excited about sleeping on a train.

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  1. Jon says:

    How fun! Jon and I have talked about how fun it would be to ride a sleeper train. Maybe someday. – Tamara

  2. Jon says:

    Chelsea you are the kind of person who finds joy and fun in many of life’s little adventures. I think you’ll still be getting excited about sleeping on trains (and many other things!) when you’re 50. Keep that up; it becomes infectious. And your husband and children will thank you for it! – Jon

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