Sometimes it is good to get away.

It is good to not have a schedule or a plan.

It is refreshing to focus on things other than cooking, cleaning, running errands, playing chauffeur, and teaching school.

It is good to laugh and delight in a friendship.

There will be stories and pictures to share(after I tackle two sweet little girls' birthdays and parties). There will even be some vlogs (video blogs) from my friend since she has been documenting most of our trip.

We are off to the Saturday market and enjoying our last day exploring a new city.

Do you take time to get away? What do you do to renew and refocus?


♥Mimi♥ said...

Doesn't getting away feel so special? It's just like a mini-vacation on the spur of the moment. What a blessing in disguise.

Stephanie said...

I try to get away every other month by doing Scrap Mania at Archivers. It is just the right amount of relaxation I need from thinking about family and wifely duties.

We are looking forward to seeing you tomorrow. I'm excited to hear about the rest of your trip!

Brinley told Chad and I today that Christmas can't come yet because it's Mauryn's birthday tomorrow! (She told us that because we asked her about her Christmas songs that they are practicing at church.)

Jenni S. said...

I don't take enough time to get away. But when I do, it's almost always with Dave or friends to reconnect as an adult!

Can't wait to hear about your time!

Lynn said...

We had a little getaway of our own this weekend. I will hopefully get to that post soon...

Looks like such a great time.