It's good to get away from familiar territory now and then and give the old scene a rest. I enjoy travel, but the comforts of home are hard to leave. I have to remind myself to keep as much coming in to feed creativity and energy as I put out.
And mission control will stay pretty much intact until I get back.
Now when I say change of scene, I'm talking about exposure to the unexpected, like this poster in a diner that turned out the only place to eat in miles of open road on a Sunday.
It almost made me wish I could come back again next weekend and see a few fresh faces. . . .
And have a few new experiences. . . .
But it doesn't take too many joints like this...
With views like this...
To make you appreciate getting back home to this.
It was 84 degrees and gorgeous when we left, and we came home to wind and rain and 54 degrees! But there's nothing like home sweet home, eh?
As Karen Blixen would say,"I like my things. . . ."
Once I flipped a new page on the calendar, my world was right again.
Good thing I brought along those ruby slippers!
I hope your week is turning out well too!