Wow! I was only gone two weeks. And now I’m feeling a bit overwhelmed.
Someone sure stirred up the weather gods, while I was on vacation.
Geesh, Hurricane Harvey ushered our plane out of Texas and Irma waited for our return.
I’m so glad that my friends are safe out of harm’s way. With every email, text, tweet and blog post I was thrilled to see smiling faces and read triumph words of survival.
Houston is still cleaning up the mess Harvey left, and Florida will be cleaning for weeks to come. My heart goes out to those who are struggling. Y’all stay dry, Ya hear?
Keeping up with everyone while on holiday, in the 16 Arrondissement in Paris was not as easy as one might think. The internet connection left much to be desired. Even though I’d backed all up to the cloud so I could work a little bit while visiting.
After struggling with my cell phone, I just gave up and enjoyed my granddaughters.
So my apologies if I haven’t been very attentive.
In spite of feeling disconnected, my vacation was lovely. Spending time with my daughter and her family is always fun.
Not to mention the shopping, the food, wine, and laughter.
I’ve only been back a couple of days, and I miss them already. Sigh.
But, there’s always next year.
But vacation is over and it’s time to buckle down and write/blog. Hmm, maybe after I wash the mountain of clothes that sprang from our suitcases.
I feel as though I left my motivation somewhere and forgot where. Kinda like misplaced keys. LOL
Any suggestions on how to get back in the groove after a wonderful fun-filled two weeks?
In the mean time, Y’all stay safe! Because unfortunately, hurricane season is not over.
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How is everyone doing out there?
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