Since I just returned from vacation, I thought I'd tell a story in pictures. I didn't do any writing, but as Stephen Covey suggested, I sharpened the saw. In other words, I rejuvenated myself and just allowed my mind to let go of everything that's been stressing me.
|Storm rolling in. (copyright)|
|Aftermath of the storm. (copyright)|
|The pier. I loved the colors.|
|Fishing boat. The stark white boat looks|
so fresh and crisp against the sky. (copyright)
|After being inside for ten minutes, my daughter said, |
"I"m worried about the sand crab. Can I go check on him?"
She went back to rescue him. Even prouder of her concern. (copyright)
|My husband and daughter in the foreground, leaving the Wright Brothers Memorial, |
the site of the brother's first flight. (copyright)
|A serene sunset. (copyright)|
|All three of us were sunburned on various parts|
of our bodies. I'm in the foreground on the raft, my daughter in
the ring. My husband said I looked like a sarcophagus. (copyright)
|Sunset at the national park. (copyright)|
|A wedding at the nearby pier, on the top floor. I thought it looked |
magical with all of the lights. My husband is in the doorway downstairs.
|Two pictures of the pool and the steps to the beach on our last night. I loved looking|
at the pool at night. (copyright)