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Holiday Blur

I could not feel less like a goddess as I shuffle around tourist destinations in South Australia. We’re all tired from Christmas celebrations and the holiday time blur—you know how all the days just merge?

But holidays are grand, don’t misunderstand. We’ve had a great few days in our holiday cottage; the last two particularly were busy with touristy things: Clare Valley wine region, grand old homes, ruins of two-hundred-year-old villages, miners cottages, police stations, stables and holding cells.

We leave tomorrow. Today is a day of nothingness. A bit of this and that; we’ve been into the township and now I’m about to do some more work on my manuscript.

How is everyone out there?

Photo by Jessi Pena on Unsplash

9 thoughts on “Holiday Blur”

  1. Good to read you’re having a good time in your home state. I had a quiet Christmas. Lunch with a friend and work has been relatively quiet—safe travels when you drive home.

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