There are two things that cause writer’s block for me: having nothing to say, and having altogether too much to say.
Coming home from vacation last week has been the latter problem for me. I saw so much, took so many photos, thought so many thoughts and every time I sit down to try to wrap it all up in some neat little package of an essay, the sheer volume of it all overwhelms me. After trying for a week, I’ve even considered not sharing any of it and just continuing on with regular local posts as though we never went anywhere. Many of you would be none the wiser.
But then you would never get to see an endangered species of turtle. You’d miss what the sunset looks like from the top of Brockway Mountain and the way the spray on your face feels like at Bond Falls. You’d miss the warm sand between your toes and the feel of smooth polished bits of driftwood in your hand. That hardly seemed right.
So, rather then lump them all together in one post, I’ve sorted all my photos into virtual piles and I’m going to give them to you one chunk at a time, as themed vignettes that will, altogether, sum up our golden little time away beautifully. After all it was Jesus Himself who said…
“Come away by yourselves to a desolate place and rest a while.” (Mark 6:31)
If they can serve as a tiny vacation for your soul, too, I will have counted my time well spent. Stay tuned!