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The Sunday Citar fun is here again! Share your favorite quote, a new find or something that just struck your fancy. I can’t wait to see what you all have to add to the mix this week.
“All of life is a journey which paths we take, what we look back on, and what we look forward to is up to us. We determine our destination, what kind of road we will take to get there, and how happy we are when we get there.”
We’ve been letting this weekend be a journey of new paths. Letting time slip by without keeping track, picking up the pace when we feel like it, slowing down when we feel like it. Besides the fact that I’ve been working an event out in the cold for half of our time away, the rest has been spent doing what we want, as a family. Exploring, relaxing, laughing… all are a part of the mix.
In all of it, can you believe that I left without charging my camera? The battery life on my camera is incredible, so I rarely need to charge it, thus I rarely check the charge. The only problem is that I didn’t bring the charger, and haven’t stopped to get a new one. So no new photos from this trip, unless you’ve been following me on twitter and happen to see a few of my updates from my phone. Oh well, maybe life without the camera will prove to make a more memorable trip. We’ll see 🙂
I would love to have you join the Sunday Citar inspiration and have all of us come to your blog to read what quotes inspire you! Simply write your own post on your blog, link within your post to my blog, and sign up with Mr. Linky below, leaving your name and the link directly to your Sunday Citar post. Just click here if any of that sounds confusing. There you’ll be able to get the complete rundown, as well as learn how to link back to my blog if you don’t already know how. Take a moment a visit a few participants… you’ll be glad you did!