Getaway

Getaway

On the Superior Shore. Savoring the last days of summer. Just me and my husband.

There was no need to be busy. We’re always busy with work and family life. We didn’t feel the need to be busy on our mini vacation. Plus, we’ve been here before, we’ve seen a lot of it already, and we’ll probably be here again. Not to mention, we were a bit tired-out of sightseeing after our family trip.
So, we spent our time sitting on the deck. Enjoying the view. Reading. Talking. Playing card games. Cooking together. Going out to eat, too.
Restful and rejuvenating. That’s what we were going for. And that’s exactly what we got.

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6 thoughts on “Getaway

  1. i so enjoyed your sweet letter, sarah! and i so pictured the two of you on your little getaway. so glad you are back safe. and refreshed! i've been so torn, wanting to get away, but feeling bad leaving my parents with teens…they are worse than toddlers ya know.
    so how did your hubby enjoy the st. ignatius book? i am contemplating going on a silent ignatian retreat in october as i love the spiritual exercises.
    we'll talk more later. i don't want to be a space hog in your comments.
    have a happy monday, sweetie!
    xo.

  2. That is the kind of vacation I would enjoy. I like sight-seeing, but it wears a person out! Glad you were able to get the time away with your hubby.

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