Our Easter morning hike turned into a 2-hour long expedition. I took 78 pictures during that time. Seventy-eight pictures that I would normally procrastinate in saving to my computer, renaming the files and then backing up on an external hard drive. (Until yesterday, I still had pictures taken in January on my camera.)
In case you thought to congratulate me on outwitting my procrastination, I feel I owe you the whole truth. My quick turnaround in completing my photo backup duties can be attributed to one thing: Hawaii. (And avoidance of housework…wait…that’s two things.)
By this time tomorrow, we will be in Hawaii; the trip my husband has been so excited to take for our fifteenth anniversary; our first vacation without the kids. I’m not thrilled about the air travel, but I am looking forward to seeing the sights.
It has been twenty years since my first visit to Hawaii. It occurs to me that some readers of my blog are barely twenty themselves. To them, I must seem “over the hill”. Well, young ones, I’m not that old…in twenty years, you’ll be standing in my well-cushioned low-heeled shoes. And you won’t even care that they look stupid with your Bermuda shorts.
Needless to say, I won’t be around much (if at all) for the next week or so. Who goes on vacation to Hawaii to spend it on a computer? I’ll catch up as best I can when I get back. My camera’s memory card holds about 2,600 photos and I might just max it out. I’ll try not to share them with you all at once, okay?
Have a beautiful week!