(my oldest at our favorite beach)
I *think* I just finished packing for a vacation. I’m sure I’ll discover right before we head out the door that I’m missing something, but for the time being I plan to rest. Rest is something we don’t do much of in DC. I find that most of us work long hours and feel exhausted when we hit the pillow at the end of the day. And honestly, that is why I love Cheverly so much. On the weekends and even on the weeknights I want to relax. I don’t want to fight traffic like I do during the week. I want to walk with my kids to neighborhood activities. I’m grateful that Cheverly has so many great things to do. It allows me to rest a bit more, if that’s possible. I walk or drive less than a mile to tons of fun things. So where am I going with this post? It’s time for me to take my vacation–and while I thought about blogging while I’m on vacation, I’m not going to do it. A vacation means a break from the ‘normal’ routine. It means rest. For me, it means not looking at a computer or smart phone. It means relaxing on the beach with a drink looking at seashells and watching my kids make sand castles. It means I won’t be in Cheverly freezing!!! So you won’t hear from me for a week. I’ll be resting and I hope you will be too. Thanks for reading.