Being the Continuing Adventures of a Woman and her Trusty Kayak in New York Harbor, the Hudson River, and Beyond.
(with occasional political rants just to keep things lively!)
Fortunately, between a late night last night & an early start today, I've wrapped up the work that actually requires intensive focus. Still much to do but the tasks that are left are relatively simple exercises!
have a great trip!!
Thanks! I am expecting that it is not going to suck. :D
Would be nice if getting the body there were as easy as the mind.No tickets, no lines, no airports.You don't even have to take your shoes off.
Have a great trip - looking forward to hearing about it.Are you planning to meet up with those Pacific Cuppers?
Unfortunately, Ed from EVK4 is leaving very quickly (maybe Camille's got something that requires the presence Crazy Swim Dad), but I'm planning on heading out to Kaneohe on Friday to meet the mermaid man! Should be fun.
Argh. Eloise was back. Eloise, please, I don't want to discuss the Ditmas Park Blog with you anymore. It's a nice neighborhood blog I enjoy reading occasionaly, it is not the focus of my world & I'd like to move on. There are plenty of people on the internet who enjoy a good fight. Why beat up on somebody who doesn't?
Whatever you do, don't get there and immediately start counting down the days. That's the worst thing about me on vacation. The first day is always easy, but every day after is one day closer to doom. I'm such a Debbie Downer.Forget I said any of that. Have a great vacation, Bonnie! And don't hog all of the poi. We'll be expecting many pictures.
Eloise! Mr. Salomony is looking for you. Seems you caused a ruckus in the Palm Court downstairs involving the King of Monrovia? Now get back upstairs and continue your sklathing in the hallways!
Moderation on. Sorry folks.
Thinking is fine, in moderation of course
Moderation in all things, right?
Yes. Now go to Hawaii!
I Loved my trip to Hawai'i (Hau'ula). Spent time with my oldest. It was strangely like upstate NY, what with the roosters crowing in the morning. Although my house in NY doesn't have a reef in the back yard...Enjoy!
Have a good huakaʻi! Eat plenty of onoliscious food while you are there.
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