I was NOT on vacation this week.
But I did go to the beach. I drove two hours to spend a few days with family to celebrate my sister’s graduation from nursing school.
She lives only ten minutes from the actual beach, so…I mean, I couldn’t NOT go.
So in terms of meeting my typical work quota last week. Didn’t happen.
I skimmed emails and stuff via my phone, but mostly I felt like I was out of the country.
And I’m so okay with that.
There was too much good stuff happening anyway. Experiences I am happy to fall a little behind at work for…
The Pinning Ceremony.
I couldn’t miss the only time my sister would wear white tights with white shoes.
My heart at the beach.
So I got a little behind at work. Totally worth it. Now, it’s like I’m sailing back on a salty sea air breeze.
Okay, so my mind may be a teensy bit too clear, but I’m going to take a cue from my four-year-old nephew, who one night, spent a really long time deconstructing and constructing a plain old brown box.
Creativity, you really can start anywhere.
Task number one—today I’m over at Kourtney Heintz’s blog, author of The Six Train to Wisconsin, talking a bit about my journey as an Indie author. I hope you can stop by! Bring cheese fries if you have ’em.
What people, places, or things are worth getting a little behind at work for to you?
Have a GREAT week!