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Staycation it is

I am having a blast this summer. I am finally having a vacation or shall I say - STAYCATION since I am going nowhere this year.

So this year, no travels or trips to far away places scheduled for me nor for my Sweetest. Well, as for my Sweetest, I can't tell if we are not really going nowhere since he can change his mind anytime soon so we'll see.
 [Bonding with my Family in the Philippines last summer.]
Surprisingly, he has not mentioned the letter "C" and the letters "G and P" since the start of summer. Normally we would be up north already around this time camping and gold panning. But I am not complaining. I love just staying home for now and organizing.
[Camping with my Sweetest, my friend Medy and Brandon last year.]

Yup, I started organizing the following day the school ended and I am still organizing and not even half-way through. Boy... I never thought it will take this long.

It's only July and I still have more than one month and a half of vacation left before school starts again so I am taking my time. There are lots of things I want to do right now like running...

gardening...
 
bonding with my friends...
and blogging. Did I say blogging?

Well, I am trying my best to keep up with how much time I have on my hand right now because my 12 hours work swift is over - for now. Though I do have a part-time summer job which I so love and enjoy because it's only 3 and 1/2 hours a day and only 3 days a week and I don't feel that I am working at all not because of the hours but because of the people I work with. It's like we are just there to play and meet up with friends. Too bad it will only run for 4 weeks.

So this "staycation" is something I am enjoying now though I do want to go places other than Maine. I do want to go to NY to see Ms. Liberty or Ms. Joey in LA. but I need to stay put for now. Maybe next time.
But for now I just enjoy my free time with my Sweetest even if it is always hot and humid here in Maine.

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betchai said…
have a wonderful staycation, Ruthi, glad to see you updating more your blogs now, my only way to hear more from you since we've been missing you in FB :) love yah!

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