Monthly Archives: July 2010
And so we have come to Saturday, the last day of our vacation, though it is really the second day of our un-vacation travel time. Or, the reprise of day 0.5. No matter what you call it, it is not … Continue reading
Warning: this blog post is possibly filled with all sorts of negativity, hostility and travel-related bitterness.
Well, this is it – the last real day of our vacation. Tomorrow we get the pleasure of loading up the car, packing ourselves into it and driving half way home. Tomorrow we get to visit new restrooms and eat … Continue reading
Today was much like the past few days. No internet, no joy for Rob. I got up to write some more and finally got the rest of my Chinese Whisperings stuff completed! Of course, without internet, I couldn’t get it … Continue reading
I got up early today figuring I’d head over to the Activity Center to find and use the internet. My withdrawal symptoms from not having internet or email are getting worse, not better, so I need my email fix and … Continue reading
I woke up this morning and immediately set to work on my Chinese Whisperings commitments. These included some author biography work as well as a behind-the-scenes look and, most importantly, more work on the re-writing of “Thirteen Feathers”. It was … Continue reading
I woke up to more weather today. It was sunny and warm. What? That’s still weather, even if it’s not a big bad windy and wet storm, isn’t it? Anyway, it was planned to be a somewhat lazy and laid-back … Continue reading
I woke up to more stormy weather this morning, storminess that mirrored the mess inside my head. I wouldn’t say I lost sleep over anything, I just kind of woke up feeling full of regrets or something. It was somewhat … Continue reading
I was so excited to continue travelling, I woke up at 2:30 in the morning. It clearly had nothing to do with the bed. Or the pillow. Or the fact that hotel beds make me feel like I’m sleeping downhill, … Continue reading
Well, the most exciting day I never enjoy seeing has arrived. Day Zero of Vacation! Day Zero, the day we travel from home to wherever our car might take us.