Vacations can test the quality of relationships. One couple I counseled got along well and had fun on vacations. At home they had conflict and misunderstanding about almost everything. For others vacations end up in disappointment and the couple may not be speaking to each other by the time they get home. How about you? What are your vacations like?
If you have regular get-aways during which you learn more and more about each other, vacations become longer get-aways. You have learned to laugh at the unexpected inconveniences–Your hotel made your reservations for last week and has no vacancies. You go down the wrong road and temporarily don’t know where you are. You have to buy a new set of tires because you decided to take an unknown rocky mountain road. These are a few of the “disasters” we have experienced. These experiences make your vacations memorable–a lasting connection to each other.
We are back from a relaxing week at our Lake Tahoe timeshare. Like any week, it had its ups and downs, but it was another great time of memory making together.