Today’s travel-back photo is the Teton Sunset. Our first night in the Teton’s after a 2 (long) day journey with kids. Thank goodness for minivan’s and a play station. If I remember correctly, we also started our state license plate game. We got every state but 1!!
The sunset’s at the lake were miraculous. Like god painted from memory, knowing that he/she will just etch-a-sketch it overnight and try again tomorrow.
I am happy to say that I am finally becoming more mobile. My knee still aches constantly, but at least I can hobble around more efficiently. Yesterday’s outing was happily a slow walk thru target. Today, the dogs and I resumed some small normalcy and picked up dog poop after work and tossed those damn walnuts back over the fence.
I am so grateful for my youngest son that has been driving me around and my husband that never fails to come hither when ever needed. I am truly blessed.
I love the perspective you get from changing your depth and vantage
More scenes from The Pirate’s Lady. The photo is taken looking towards the stern of the boat near sundown. The fishing poles are ready for trawling.
Definition Hangover: hang·o·ver (hngvr) n.
1. Unpleasant physical effects following the heavy use of alcohol.
2. A letdown, as after a period of excitement.
Most normally, anytime we talk about “hangovers” we are talking about the negative affects of the night before’s revelry. Vacation hangovers follow the 2nd definition more closely. Coming home from a terrific vacation is always a let down. Getting reengaged with work is extremely difficult.
My best antidote for Vacation Hangover? either 1) plan a new vacation 2) spend lots of time sifting through photo’s trying to decide which sunset night you miss most (well all of them!!!)