These days most of my vacations are described one of two ways… as an “exciting adventure” or as some “quality time with friends and family.”
You know the kind? The kind where you set out each morning prepared to conquer the day? The kind where you see how many people, places, and things you can stuff in before time elapses and you suddenly find yourself transported back to the real world? The kind where post-vacation you have to drag yourself out of bed because you are more exhausted than before you left? The kind where the only feasible way to recover from your vacation is another vacation?
But after my crazy Spring, I knew that I needed to try something different. I knew I needed to find a way to put “relaxing” back into my vacation.
So I found one friend, who I knew was as haggard as I, and we snuck off to Rosemary Beach. And shared a glorious, relaxation vacation.
We caught up.
We listened to the waves crash.
We reveled in the silence.
We sipped on wine and frozen fruity beverages.
We ate. And ate. And ate some more.
We lived like there was no such thing as email, conference calls, deadlines, or alarm clocks. Or at least we tried to. 😉
Ahhhh, relaxation. Just what the doctor ordered.
What are your vacation plans this summer?