I (Kind of) Wish I Was Still On Vacation
And it was glorious.
For four days, we lounged on the beach or in the pool and simply relaxed. We slept under umbrellas, floated blissfully over white sand, swam with fishes around the barrier reef, marveled at the utter emptiness of one of the deepest sections of the Atlantic, reveled in happy hour two-for-one specials, delighted in conch fritters and other local delicacies, and simply enjoyed each other’s company.
There was no work to be done. There was no work that could be done. Vacationing on Turks and Caicos forced upon us utter separation from our normal lives (though, admittedly, the island’s spotty WiFi allowed for a few sporadic updates to Instagram and Facebook).
Now that we’re back, I feel invigorated. I hold an unbridled level of creative energy unlike any I’ve had in… well, I’m not entirely sure how long. I’m refocused, uninhibited and bursting with new ideas. It’s time to get to work.