Last Day at Excellence :( #sol15, 3/16

Last day at Excellence and Tuvia is already on the plane in his head.  Me, no way!  I’m still with the bathing suit and that’s been easier than I imagined.  Getting in took time, given that I started putting one on right after a session at the gym, when my skin was covered in sweat.  Yup, that made it harder, but I persevered and down on the way to the beach I hit a perfect pool I’ve been passing by every day and it was perfect for documenting, not really swimming and that’s all I wanted right now, just the feel go the water in my suit and it worked out great. Really great!!!

And the end is near.  I’ve been emailing plans for PD at the end of the week and starting to get comfortable with the selected music for my video due by Saturday.

So life goes on and it’s been a great week away.

Time to come home for the spring. 🙂

Almost ready.


8 thoughts

  1. Bonnie, I can see how sad you and Tuvia look. Don’t worry. Soon you will be back in comfortable temps ranging in the 30’s to 50’s I am sure that that will definitely bring a smile to your faces. Safe traveling. Really am glad you had an enjoyable time.

  2. The end is always the hardest part of a trip to Paradise. But, it you are already emailing your PD plans, you may be a teacher who can’t stay away…

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