That is why I have started making a list of what to bring to Florida. Apparently this is not how you pack. According to people at work, you just throw some stuff in a suitcase the night before, or the morning you're leaving. And if you're going to Florida? Forget it - you don't need to "pack" you just take a bathing suit, because going to Florida is "just going to Florida, it's not a real trip." More than one person said this. I thought like, you bring everything you use at home, but consider the weather differences and use your new luggage. Guess that's wrong though, and I should just toss a bathing suit in my messenger bag and consider myself packed. Except really I keep writing down things to bring and crossing them off. I have no clue what I'm doing.
I asked Danielle what she thought, since she's gone on real trips before. Except I forgot that she packed based on what I told her, so she brought both her jeans, a pair of socks and underwear for each day she was gone, two shirts and a sweater. But she was useful in telling me to check the weather.
We leave Friday night and come back like nine days later. It's between 60 and 76 degrees in Orlando and in the low or mid 70's in Miami. In Miami we're staying in a hotel and I know you don't have to bring your own towels to hotels. In Orlando we're staying in a villa though, and I'm not really clear on what that means. Danielle thinks it's like a mini-house. I can not visualize this. Danielle said to just assume everything will be fancy, and that I should bring a dress. Going on vacation is really stressful. I need my mom..