I woke up this morning and for the first day in a long time, I didn't have a ton of things to do or places to be or.....
Of course, there's a lot I want to do and so much to catch up with, but I don't feel the pressure that I have for the last couple of months.
One of the most amazing, fullest, draining road-trips in a while around 10,000 miles worth. Almost 5,000 in the last week.
It started when my job ended and we left Baton Rouge. I tried my best to keep up my blog posts, but started to fall behind when we started camping and losing internet access.
Burning Man was full of experiences and amazing stories and revelations and well Burning Man stuff as well as no internet.
And then there was the marathon cross-country road-trip to make it to a family wedding in Ohio.
Rolling through Atlanta for an orthodontic appointment of Skye's and to begin the settling down and taking roots process filled me with all kinds of plans and projects and ideas for what the next year of not-being-nomadic might be.
Then sitting down to start to write and reflect on how and what to blog about and why and.....
Scratching the Surface
I blog for a lot of different reasons. I suppose the mostly to remember for later.
But also as an exercise in writing.
Also to share.
I am excited to write about what happened yesterday and the day before. The experiences are rich and full in my mind. But I feel obligated to go in some sort of order and not to confuse things by jumping around.
Burning Man is beginning to smoulder. The West Coast leg of the journey is getting foggy and seeming like a different trip entirely. Perhaps it happened the summer before.
And then there is today, tomorrow and beyond, which is making my head spin with possibilities.
With that enjoy this little clip from Burning Man and we'll see what stories will follow.