And I’m not talking about pavement. Resurfacing comes slowly . . . .

I’ve spent the last four days on an island, surrounded by soaring eagles and lapping ocean waves, not giving two damp shits about anything happening out there in the real world. And it’s going to take a while before that AnnaTude changes.

This morning I woke up and for a brief moment, I didn’t know where I was. I love it when that happens. I’m in Bellingham, Washington at my dear friend Nan’s house. My eyes focus on an abstract flowered quilt hanging on the wall of my bedroom, and a smile creeps across my face as I remember where I’ve woken up. Unfortunately, I only arrived yesterday afternoon and am leaving this morning.

It’s such a pleasure to see examples of how we affect one another as people. I have not been to Nan’s house in three years, yet when I look on her fridge, I see a note on the dry erase board with my signature on it and a quote. “Love is Profound.”

Ahh, my bus leaves in ten minutes. I’m still in my jammies. Yes, resurfacing comes slowly. And my writings may be a bit ‘pigeon’ for awhile . . . . wheeeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!!!!!!