I Do Not Dig Resorts


I’m headed to Florida tomorrow, our substitute [budget] family vacation this year. Although the postcard-esque pictures of Florida are lovely, it’s not exactly my idea of a good time. Too many over-developed beaches make me a little depressed.

I’ll have internet access (which is another reason why I’ll miss our old sans-technology vacations…), and the forecast says we get about an hour of thunderstorms every day (Florida has weird weather, yes?). So hopefully I’ll use the Daily Rain Break to update with some posts that have been sitting around: some art I’ve made lately, musings after a visit to Monticello, eyebrow-raising misogyny that I’ve been lucky enough to stumble upon… you know. The usual.


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