Every couple years we try and get away and just relax. No amusement parks or candy coated entertainment. Because a little down time with the family is good for the soul and a change of scenery was revitalizing.
So we made our way back to our favorite retreat in South Carolina. A number of accidents in the mountains slowed our arrival by four hours, no fatalities, thank you, but we had a safe trip.
The house did not have wi-fi, so unless we went out to the local bakery, which we did Friday so I could see if my Editor had sent anything back, we had no innternet. (I only had the shakes for a day.)
The neighbors swarmed on the books I brought down, they never made it to the beach. So to the authors that sent me your work, it made a number of hungry readers happy, especially Thursday when it rained all day.
This time around we passed on visiting the plantation house as my girls said it was too hard to watch me sit and stare. The house sits on a river bank similiar to the river bank my Uncle was drowned in when he was ten for cutting through a neighbors farm.
So I don’t leave you with that morbid picture, South Carolina is a beautiful state and have some of the warmest people I’ve ever met.
I hope everyone has a wonderful summer and a great book in their hands.
Sincerely, Cora Blu