Usually, when I come home from vacation I’m excited and looking forward to getting back to work.
Not this time. I’m exhausted! I keep asking myself: how could that be? I had a wonderful time, walked, went to the beach, ate really well, (probably a little to well, but it was vacation), slept well, and had fun with friends!
Yet I’m tired. Far more tired than when I left. I keep thinking it’s allergies and it probably is; Zyrtec has helped a lot.
It was only this morning when I had to take a nap an hour after waking up that it occurred to me it could be a sinus infection again!
So instead of writing a story I thought I’d show you some photos—a picture is worth a hundred words.
So while I irrigate my sinuses and take Flonase in hopes of not needing to take antibiotics, I’ll put it in your hands.
What did you do for your summer vacation?
How was your summer?
What did you do that was the most fun this summer?
What disappointed you?
Is there something you won’t do again?
Or, Is there something you are sure to do again?
Let me know; we’d love to hear.
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Here is what I did for my summer vacation.
Thanks to my sister Audrey, who's company TourCats Tour Catering is feeding the Dierks Bentley Burning Man Tour. We got an all-inclusive pass to his Jones Beach N.Y. show. Great performance!
I had to take a picture of the view from backstage! So much fun! When we got back to our seats the gentleman sitting next to me leaned over and asked: "Who are you?" I guess he noticed the pass.
The best lobster roll ever! The Menemsha Gallery Restaurant on Martha's Vineyard.
The view from the Menemsha Gallery Restaurant.
A lobster trap
Flowers from the West Tisbury Farmer's Market, M.V.
Even when it's cloudy, it's beautiful.
Remember phone booths? Now, look at them!
Yes! That's our umbrella. No problem finding us on the beach.
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