Closer to the Beach!: #sol15 10/36

I am almost officially done with this day.  Just a bit more late-night packing and I will join Tuvia for a few hours of sleep before an early morning wake up call at 5:45 AM.

I know many of you normally get up around 5:30, but then this reality  that I”m living in is different and exhilarating.

Yes, it did include a morning a the beauty parlor, a race home for a quick lunch.  Back out for shopping, errands, last minute bills to pay, a fax to the the accountant for income taxes and finally, finally here…

I have more to go before I rest but no snow predicted for our ride to the airport so it might be a sweet, dreamy night.

So I’m going to stop now and finish up and be back to you on that beach in Cancun…

wish you were all coming along, really!


3 thoughts

  1. Can’t wait to be green with envy as I watch and read your slices from the beach. Smooth sailing for the weather to get there and that’s got to be a relief. I would tell you to have fun, but I know that you will.

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