Friday, June 3, 2011

Cruising

We leave in a couple of hours for an Alaskan cruise. I can't wait to enjoy my husband, see the beautiful scenery, and eat the terrific food, if I just didn't have to leave my boys. Hopefully the trip will also be good for the muse. The voices in my head haven't been chatty since I had my baby. Does a vacation help you with your writing or do you just go relax, enjoy, and not worry about anything?

3 comments:

  1. Enjoy! When I vacation, I totally vacation and don't even think about writing. But I do a lot of reading. :)

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  2. Oh, have fun! Sorry you'll miss your boys, but hopefully it'll be just the right length that you'll be getting back when you miss them too much.

    Good luck with the writing, too! New experiences and vacations naturally give me fresh ideas for stories and characters.

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