I’m in Port Douglas, having a much needed break with my family, so this will be a short and sweet School’s out Friday post. I’m sure you’ll be amazed to hear that I have been offline for much of the last three days, and I’ve loved every minute of it. Life does continue unplugged, and I’m enjoying the less frenetic pace of life where my biggest decision surrounds where we will eat dinner.
I have to thank my parents, in-laws, and great friend Helen, who are looking after our much loved animals and ensuring we cam travel knowing they are being cared for. My son has quizzed me every day wanting me to ring to see how they are faring. When you love your animals, travel can be stressful if you think they are not being properly cared for. I know ours are, and am so grateful to the people who help us have that peace of mind.
I’m not sure if this video will embed because I’m relying on my iPad to get this post written, so please forgive me if it doesn’t. I’m sure you’ll forgive Noni Hazelhurst too, as she reads Adam Mansbach’s “Go the #%$# to sleep’. If you’re a parent, I think you’ll relate. I’m grateful my kids are past this point!
I’ll be enjoying the rest of my stay in Port Douglas, and I’ll be offline for most of it. I hope the weekend ahead is a good one for you.