Sorry, But Sort of Not Sorry

My apologies for the radio silence this past week, but I had white sand and turquoise waters to contend with. Got away for the first time in over 5 years, and while it wasn’t the lush emerald coast of Ireland, it was at least relaxing. Not too surprising, the best souvenir gift to myself from the trip was a t-shirt purchased with a donation to a local SPCA.




19 thoughts on “Sorry, But Sort of Not Sorry

  1. Not sorry indeed! That is some REALLY FREAKIN’ BLUE WATER and som REALLY FREAKIN’ WHITE SAND! Glad to hear you got away for some well-deserved R&R and a hard-earned T-shirt! Now we know where all the rum went!


  2. I have to drive eighteen hours to reach the nearest look alike. Don’t get there more often than you get a vacation. Glad you got yours, maybe it’s an omen that you will soon get mine.

    • I hope you do, whether it’s to the beach, the woods, or anything in-between. Personally, I prefer a decked out cabin in the woods (and not the horror movie variety) but it was still nice to get away and do nothing for a while.

    • It was very relaxing and did a lot to recharge my batteries (sorely needed). I don’t think I’d want to stay there full time, too hot, but I know there are other beach/coastal areas that have cooler temps and are just as beautiful. If I ever get to one of those, I may not come back! πŸ˜€

  3. I have October vacation ahead to a place I have never been to! My college roommate and first maid of honor moved away from Cleveland, Ohio to Long Beach, Mississippi. It’s close to the Gulf, I haven’t flown on an airplane for over thirty years. My best latest trips to Florida were road trips. I am counting the days, but not literally yet. πŸ˜‰

      • Thanks so much for your kind wishes!
        I was happy for you to have a chance to escape after five years missing special times such as these. There’s nothing better than sitting close to a pool or azure waves lapping rhythmically and feet in sand or raised level in a lounge chair. πŸ™‚ Sigh! Now, please don’t wait another 5 years, dear.

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