Recently my toddler has been so enthusiastic in playing basketball. He would drag me or anyone in the house to play with him and would want a cheer everytime he shoots the ball. It’s fun and amusing and it makes my tot exhilarated. It’s like this everyday and I wouldn’t be surprised if he becomes a good basketball player someday. I also find it fun and amusing but sometimes it tuckered me out. Oh…that makes me feel getting on in years this early. For a while I would take a rest for a breather. While basking in the couch something popped up in my mind. How about bringing the whole family for a day of limo ride for a change? Sounds really fantastic and I wonder how will the tot feel riding a limo for the first time. I hope I can find something like Washington DC Limo service.
That fancy thought reminds me of our first landing in Kuala Lumpur. Transferred to our Kuala Lumpur branch, husband and I (we worked in the same company before) touched down Kuala Lumpur with only a map and our office address. Although we are excited to see the famous Twin Towers, it was such a ghastly feeling being in an all new place, where we are totally a stranger. We don’t know anyone, and we certainly don’t know where to go. So seeing our names boldly printed in a semi huge paper while having our way out of the arrival area of Kuala Lumpur International Airport, was really a breather.
The guy introduced himself, he was Ali from a limousine service company and he will be taking us to our destination. Wait, did I just hear limousine? You will be taking us to our destination in a limo? I was supposed to ask those when he escorted us to the limo. Oh yes we will be transported by a limo; I am soo dull when it comes to car, but as far as my memory serves me right, it was a Mercedes Benz. Although it wasn’t that long like the usual limo that we use to see when we were stationed in Dubai, it was a classy car and I felt like we were VIP’s having that ride.
After a long hours of flight, it gave us a comfortable and relaxing loll just before we met our bosses. Definitely was a fantastic experience. I hope my boys will also experience it. Looking forward for that limo ride day with the family.This is a sponsored post for Skyhawk Limousine, however, all the points and views are my own.