Glimpse of the sun

After a hectic couple of months, I decided to take myself on a solo vacation to the beach. It was rather gloomy so I spent most of my time in the king bed, watching Outlander and drinking prosecco. One evening I was able to catch a glimpse of the sun going to sleep before me.

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With this time to recharge away from responsibilities, both work and social, I was able to find and get reacquainted with myself after so much turbulence and change. The waves don’t die.

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On my way back, I stopped in a quaint beachside town for lunch and a leg stretch before the long journey home. Why is it, do you think, that the south so adamantly clings to the past? I do enjoy the beauty of relics like graveyards and historic homes and old friendships, but it might be time to embrace some change. Balance is key.

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3 thoughts on “Glimpse of the sun

  1. Amber Choisella

    Laura, I was just thinking about you and how you haven’t posted in a while… beautiful post, thank you for sharing. I love the South and it’s cling to the past in certain aspects as well… I hope this trip did what you needed, I’m in need of a trip similar to yours very soon too…:-)

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    1. This trip definitely helped bring my motivation and creativity back – I highly recommend escaping to the sea! I have been loving your posts recently, another inspiration of dedication for me.

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      1. Amber Choisella

        After reading your post I felt the need to disappear in nature without any attachment to the outside world. Thanks for being my inspiration.

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