I’m Sorry, What Were You Saying…

(This post is a part of Gwen Bell’s The Best of 2009 Blog Challenge. Thanks for the great inspiration idea, Amy!)

Best Moment of Peace

I’m not trying to leave you with the impression that I have sea turtle and pikake flower bumperstickers on my minivan or anything, or talk about the same repetitive topic over and over, but obviously this little trip to Maui I took this year was…um, what is the right word? Momentus? No. Significant? No. How about we just say that alot of shit happened there that made me feel grateful, so I’m sorry if a lot of my “Best Of” moments have to do with that, okay? Okay.

Whew! Glad we got that out of the way.

So as for moments of peace this year, I’ll be quick to say that in Maui I had quite a few of them, and they mostly looked like that picture above — which was pretty much the scene every morning at breakfast in our condo, flip flop toes included. Each morning we would get up ridiculously early, which you know I love (a benefit of flying out from California, we were 3 hours behind, so waking up at 6am felt like sleeping in!) and wander out to the lanai with two of my absolute favorite things in hand — a piping hot cup of coffee, and a book. And literally for a few hours we would just read and watch people walk on the beach and listen to the waves crash and plan out what we wanted to see and do that day. And when we got tired of that, we just walked over about 10 feet to the pool and did some more thinking and reading and lounging, and you know generally just seeing the world from another angle like Jewel and stuff. God what ever happened to Jewel anyway? And while we are on the topic, Lauryn Hill? Did she just disappear into the ether?

So yeah, if that isn’t peaceful personified, I really don’t know what is.

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2 Responses to I’m Sorry, What Were You Saying…

  1. barbetti says:

    This sounds like a perfect vacation to me. Absolutely perfect. And Maui. SIGH.

  2. Manda says:

    I couldn't agree with Whitney more. I want to go to there.