I was surprised with myself, I didn't get as much cooking and cleaning done as I thought. Come to hear it I didn't really want to work hard on my vacation - so I didn't. There will always be dust.
This lovely picture is one I took when we went to Moose River Gold Mines on Long Lake for our anniversary. I wanted to post it because I know when I go back to work tomorrow and get all stressed again I'm going to want something to take me back to a place of relaxation. Even though in this moment I wasn't 100% relaxed, I was more looking for something to do because I was in the middle of nowhere with no cell phone reception. It's still a nice reminder that at that very place nothing has changed and even though in a moment of relaxation I am still wanting to be busy.
I can't even say I know what it's like to be relaxed. When is it too much relaxation? Is it ever enough?
These are questions I have been asking myself all vacation, 2 weeks of twiddling my thumbs. I can't really say I was relaxed, more bored, trying to stay busy. I felt unproductive. Relaxed is when I come home from a long day at work and have a hot bath and a glass of wine (and maybe some bacon). That's when I felt relaxed.
Anyway's, maybe I just need some kids to keep me busy and will look back at this post and kick myself. I also shouldn't be complaining because I just had 17 days off and some people (my husband) don't get vacation. So THANK YOU to my wonderful boss for this vacation but I have to say I'm ready to get back to work!!!