Saturday, April 9, 2011

"H" Is For Hiatus

Greetings, friends.  Today I am exercising my right to cheat.  And I don't feel the least bit guilty, either.

Okay, maybe a little guilty.  But, I'm tired.  My brain wasn't cooperating last night and it remains overloaded today.  All my ideas were done my more than one fellow challenge participant.  So, rather than reiterate what they already discussed, I'm simply granting myself a little break from the blogosphere.

I'll be leaving shortly to drive out to my Alma mater.  It's been quite some time since I enjoyed the beauty and creative energy of my college campus, and I'm rather pumped to see what ideas I can soak up during my visit today.  Some of my most productive thinking spots are at that university, and given today's beautiful weather, it's the perfect time to do a little refection and soul searching.

And of course, a pit stop at my favorite coffee shop will be in order.

Have a great weekend, all.  Should you need me before Monday, look here:



11 comments:

  1. Oh, so not cheating. In fact, the closest you got to cheating was telling us that you were cheating and taking a hiatus when in fact you are not. Living life instead of blogging is never cheating.

    I have never used that word so many times.

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  2. That looks like a wonderful place! Enjoy your time away, everyone deserves some. :)

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  3. Nice. A coffee sounds about right, too...

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  4. Looks beautiful. University coffee shops are the best... such great energy.

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  5. Enjoy your "hiatus"! See you when you "get back"!

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  6. Enjoy! Beautiful pic!


    Gregg Metcalf
    Colossians 1:28-29

    Gospel-driven Disciples

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  7. I think we all enjoy the rest each Sunday! Love the word 'hiatus'!

    Duncan In Kuantan

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  8. We all need a brink to give the ol' body, soul, and spirit a rest. Enjoy!

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  9. Hi! Well, I hope you had a productive and inspiring weekend. I know I took yesterday off. Sundays are important to our family, and a little time away is a good thing.

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  10. Everyone needs a break now and then. Blessings. Joanne

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