Your mother will notice immediately that you've darkened your hair. Which is why she's your mother, and why you love her.
You will have to wait an hour for luggage from a plane parked so close to the baggage claim that you could walk to it and unload your bags yourself.
You will love your mother's haircut and Audrey Hepburn-esque skinny pants.
Your father will almost instantaneously locate two high-end electronics stores in a mall he could never previously find his way around without help.
You will do that thing where you read signs aloud while your parents drive around ("You asked for it...you got it...Toyotaaa...").
You will do so because everything in your hometown has changed and you're nonplussed by it. (Scary in more ways than one.)
You will be somewhat reassured, though, when you realize at your oldest friend in the world's wedding that some people look exactly the way they did as children.
Your husband will never again make the comment "Gosh, we're making such good time!" on a road trip.
You will decide that nobody should ever have to spend two hours in traffic in Delaware.
Your best friend and her boyfriend will be waiting for you at one of your favorite restaurants, and you will be so excited to see them after ten hours in the car that you will talk like you're on speed and gesture like you're a Borscht-belt comedian.
You will call your parents from a hotel bar when the St. Louis Cardinals win the World Series, and later they will ask, "Just how much had you been drinking?" -- since the last time you cared that much about baseball was probably the last time the Cards won the World Series. (You were three then.)
Your best friend will contemplate borrowing your favorite earrings, prompting you to whip out your box o' jewelry, because if you're anything, it's prepared for a jewelry emergency.
You will feel as though you've known your best friend's fantastic boyfriend for as long as you've known her, and only worry after the fact that joking around with him as though he's familiar with your nerdtastic sense of humor might not have made the right impression. (Cf. "Do you really covet the blueberry French toast??" Hi, I'm a dork!)
You will be asked by the manicurist if you and your best friend are sisters.
You will not quite know how to answer that question, since it's kind of "No but..." situation.
You will run out of witty answers to "So what do you do up there in Maine?"
Your sweater's hook closures will attach themselves to your lace dress and you will cause unintentional hilarity when you are forced to announce to your tablemates, "Don't mind my husband; he's just attempting to detach me from my sweater."
You will hate, hate, hate having to say goodbye to your parents one weekend and then your best friend the next and return to your home hundreds of miles away.
You will remember just how very much you love your husband, and be glad you have him at your side to share all of this.