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OldLady April 2nd, 2016 7:50pm

Given one hour notice could you leave for a one month trip?

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jenkp223 Being a mommy
04/02/16 7:52 pm

If it's during summer vacation, then sure. Otherwise, nope.

Sk8BoredR Asian American warrior
04/02/16 5:45 pm

I can do all my classes via iPad through recorded lectures but they post one day later. I can also send all my homework as well.

I'm ready!

musiman28 Cotton country
04/02/16 4:44 pm

Just me, yes. The family, no chance in hell.

BamaGirl ROLL TIDE from Texas
04/02/16 4:34 pm

If someone else is paying for the trip, absolutely!

FIAT2LUX On Planet Earth
04/02/16 2:32 pm

I'd need a serious budget to make that work, but if money were no object, I suppose I could throw a few things together and be ready in 30 minutes.

04/02/16 2:13 pm

What'd you have in mind?

04/02/16 2:09 pm

I could do it.. My dogs and cat would be the most troublesome. Packing would be a breeze. Making sure I had any medications to last a month could be a problem if the pharmacy was not open.
We just had friends whose son called off the marriage. They are taking the trip and leaving tomorrow for Italy France and London. Basically 12 hours notice. They paid for it figured they would enjoy it

leilu SoCal
04/02/16 1:48 pm

I would make it work. Maybe I would forget to pack something but I'm sure I'd grab all the important stuff.

susanr Colorado
04/02/16 1:53 pm

That was my thought, too. I can't think of much that I wouldn't be able to accomplish in an hour, at least that I couldn't deal with online at some point - assuming I would have an Internet connection, to pay any bills that fell due, etc. Otherwise I could be pretty much good to go.

leilu SoCal
04/02/16 5:24 pm

I didn't think about bills, but I agree that they can be dealt while away.

chinito Florida
04/02/16 1:32 pm

I could, but my wife would get mad at me when I get back.

Laserbeam Back soon
04/02/16 12:55 pm

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