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Sunrise on Ft. Lauderdale Beach. Photograph, Ann Fisher. We all need a break from work and the status quo — and a chance to walk on the beach, to clear our minds, to connect…
This is at the condo in Naples when Evelina and I got engaged in 2012. We began our trip at Disney, but Hurricane Debbie rained us out. We decided to move farther west and pass Debbie as she moved east. It worked the first day, but this video shows you how day 2 turned out!
We arrived home from Naples on Tuesday night and it has taken me until today to recover from vacation. It might have been the 13 hour drive in the car that wore me out. Regardless, I am still tired. I need a vacation from my vacation.
We visited a place called the Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary
We also ate some great food
It was a great trip with great friends. Now we are ready to plan our next trips: Great Smokey Mountains and Cherry Grove Beach!!
It is just after 4:00 am and I am up early to get some things done for a few clients. I do a lot of the creative ads for any campaigns I run digitally and my mind sometimes wakes me up with ideas. So here I am; wide awake and typing when I might be better off sleeping. Nonetheless here are a few of the things going on in my mind…
That’s all for now. Hope everyone has a wonderful Friday!!
One of my favorite things in the world is the excitement that comes along with anticipating a vacation. I have spent the last week watching videos on YouTube about Naples, Florida. I have found several unique restaurants we will visit and many shopping areas Evelina will enjoy. Our condo is right on the beach with a courtyard which is only feet from the sand. We haven’t been to the condo in a couple of years and it will be nice to see the renovations completed.
I am currently building a territory at my job which requires a lot of hours and a lot more effort than managing an existing territory. It will be a nice break to recharge the batteries for a week.
Needless to say I am as excited as a kid at Christmas!
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Picasso line drawing, The Camel.
I like airports. This is a good thing, since I seem to be spending more and more time in them.
Forrest Gump in transit.
I arrive early, often very early. I have a meal, I watch people, and I write. Often I chat with one group and then another, kind of like Forrest Gump on his bus bench.
Why? I like a quiet transition time as I move from one place to another. I hate rushing. I aim for serenity.
I’ve been in an out of the Miami airport a number of times in the last fourteen months or so because there are no direct flights from Houston down to the parts of the Caribbean I’ve visited.
I would have to say that the airport code MIA is, well, interesting. But I’ve found it a pleasant airport — plenty of shopping and restaurants, good way-finding…
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Tripping Through Treacle!
Some of my regular readers will know that I have recently been on a two week holiday to Florida with my family – my two kids, my husband and my parents. It was a long awaited trip (the kids have been asking every week, ‘how many days is it until Disney?’, for the past year), with the plan being that we would stay two hours from Orlando on the beach and take a few days out for the Parks. I had been looking forward to the trip with a mixture of excitement (my first long haul trip since my wedding 11 years ago!) and trepidation (how will it be for me, as a relatively newly-disabled person?).
Well, the holiday was fab; I am now one shade darker than milk-bottle white and had a lovely, relaxing time (for the most part). Watching our kids have fun, spending most of their time…
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Lucky Otter’s Haven!
I couldn’t have asked for better weather since I’ve been here in Florida. Everything about this trip has been perfect. I have so many pictures, but I won’t upload them all here right now because it takes so long. Most of them have been posted on my Facebook, but when I return home I might share the rest here. Today is my last day. I’ll be leaving very early tomorrow and spending most of the day driving.
The pictures posted here were taken yesterday evening in Pine Island — I can’t get over the beauty of the sunsets I’ve been seeing.
There’s an additional benefit to going on vacation. I haven’t followed the news AT ALL! In fact, I’m oblivious to what’s been going on in politics this week — and I’m fine with that. This is not only a vacation from the daily grind…
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Welcome to Lucky Otter’s Haven!
In just a month (April 7th), I’ll be driving back to the Tampa Bay area again to visit my son. I’ll be there for 5 days, until the 12th. This time, my daughter is coming along with me, since she hasn’t seen where he lives before.
When I went in August last year, it was the first time I’d ever been in Florida, and since my son was working most of the week I was there, I had time to spend alone exploring the area. One of my favorite discoveries was the bath-warm waters of the Gulf near his home, with its ever-shifting tides that expose the silt-like sand at low tide. There aren’t a lot of tourists there in August (too hot), so that trip actually turned out to be not only a peaceful, but also a spiritual experience — not to mention…
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