Fly Away & Happy Places
On Tuesday I called Scott in the middle of the day and said, “I’d like to get away.”
He said, “Really? I can’t.”
I said, “Well, I’m buying.”
He said, “Great! Where are we going and when are we leaving?”
When I used to sell timeshare it was always interesting that no one could ever “find time to get away”, but if the trip was paid for, time away was never an issue. Funny how that works.
So as simple as that, I did some quick research on flights and travel dates, spent a small fortune on airline tickets (it’s only money. I can always make more), and we’re going away!
We’re going back to my happy place. Where peace and tranquility, beaches, sun, and R & R is plentiful.
And time with my daughter is in abundance. That’s priceless.
I don’t blog about it, but I work insane hours and sleep 4 hours a night. I am failing big time on Item #4.
I am supporting our family. I work 7 days a week. It’s time to take a break and recharge my batteries.
We’re leaving in a few weeks. And we’ll be gone a few weeks.
I will be blogging the whole time. I have a DSLR camera this time around. I plan to go to the beach, read, take pictures, hang out with the fam, cook island food, workout on my island path, and of course, I will blog about it all. Hopefully with nice pictures. Between my newfound passion for photography and spare time on my hands, I am excited to bring my new camera.
From my last post about Clean Teeth and Generosity.
Seems most of you take care of your choppers. Good! Keep it up!
As for generosity, I loved reading what you’ve witnessed recently that shows the generous side of human behavior and what random acts of kindness or generosity you’re seen or experienced recently. Thanks for sharing!
Buying airline tickets at the spur of the moment calls for celebratory Sex on the Beach. The drink or the shot I mean. The other? Not a fan of the sand factor.
Washing it down with Cheezy Kale Chips (Raw or use your oven, Vegan) sounds about right.
And making a batch of “Cheater’s” Guacamole sounds perfect right now.
1. What is your happy place?
My happy place is Aruba. I love it there. I’ve been going down there since 1997, bought a house there in 2003, and I feel a great sense of peace and calm when I am there. There is just something about it that I love. I can be inside, it can be raining, but it doesn’t matter, I am still happy.
And if I can’t travel 5000 miles, my other happy places are:
my yoga mat
a run outside in sunny weather
2. Do you have any trips planned?
Yes, this one and one other but the other way is a long ways off.
3. Favorite trip or vacation you’ve ever been on? Why? Where did you go?
Aruba is always my fave but I have loved traveling to Grand Cayman, St. John, St. Thomas, Mexico, Austria, Costa Rica, and many other places. Travel makes one grow. I posted about this and my Travel Tips.
I can’t wait to take Skylar more places when she’s a bit older so she remembers them more.
Enjoy your day!