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Monday
May282012

fresh air

Recently I was fortunate enough to get an exhilerating and well-needed breath of fresh air. A change of scenary, breathtaking views, lush landscapes and dizzying heights where only the icing of the cake of exceptional company. And speaking of cake...the food was deeeelicious, the conversation inspiring and the adventure unforgettable.

My few days in Washinton was my kind of trip for sure! The kind where both my head and my heart could play together. A time when connection with friends and connecting the dots worked in perfect unison. I love it when that happens. And don't get me started on the photo ops!

I cherished every minute of my time with Stacy, Kayce, Mark, Cathy and Ali. What a trip!

It reminded me how important, beneficial and enlightening it is to get a little (or a lot) of fresh air once in a while.

Near or far, where have you traveled to lately to get some fresh air of your own? Do share!

Reader Comments (2)

Packed up some toys and blankets and headed to my parent's house for a much needed, completely relaxing day with family. Sun was finally shining after 8 days of nonstop rain...High heat and humidity made for a crazy hair day but it was what we needed to help lift our spirits. Grief traveled with us but I believe we handled it well. And every moment I spend with my hubby and littles is worth it!

Two weeks ago I was visiting my youngest daughter in Yellowknife,NWT. The snow was gone but the ice was still on the lake so the wind was chill but after borrowing one of her great hats we drove to the end of the road... literally... the road ends at a huge stop sign. I also loved watching the gulls who were walking their big yellow feet gingerly across the ice slipping one way then another. Then when they jumped to take off they would crash thorough the ice leaving a small puddle.

May 29, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterChristine Barker

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