Gone to the beach

Despite feeling like I just got back from New York, I’m headed off on vacation once more! This time I’ll be brushing sand out of the spines of my books in the Outer Banks of North Carolina, where my family visits annually. I’m looking forward to sinking my reading chops in Morgan Matson’s Amy & Roger’s Epic Detour, a book I bought weeks ago and have been saving for just such an occasion, and finishing Diane Chamberlain’s The Lies We Told.

I’ll miss you guys and wish you could help keep Spencer and my golden retriever from getting too lonely while I’m away, but they’re going to have to settle for constant text messages from yours truly. Well, Spence will, anyway; my dog still hasn’t mastered textspeak and refuses to power up the cell phone I got him for Christmas, constantly griping about “kids these days” and their new-fangled gadgetry. He’ll have to settle for napping on piles of dirt until I’m back.

I’ll be totally upfront: I don’t have any posts scheduled for while I’m gone, because I’ve basically been running around like a psycho trying to balance the many hats I’m wearing right now. So it’s going to be a little quiet ’round these parts, and I don’t want y’all to worry. Absence makes the heart grow fonder, am I right? And I know I’ll be back with my trademark wit and plenty of food photos, book reviews and random fodder to entertain you in late June. PLUS: I’ll be meeting Spencer’s family soon. And I’m little scared because I’m quite crazy about him. So, you know. There’s that.

See you next week!

17 thoughts on “Gone to the beach

  1. i’ll miss you and your posts meg! that’s so cool that you get to go on another trip. i can’t wait to hear all about it and your new books.

    and good luck with the meeting-the-parents-thing! i’m sure you’ll be fine.


  2. Enjoy your trip Meg! I hope the sea air will give you the good effects it brings to the ladies of Jane Austen’s novel.

    Don’t be worried about meeting Spencer’s parents. You’ll be fine! Bake them some of those cupcakes or whatever.

    Good luck!


  3. I hope that you enjoy your little family vacation. I’ll eagerly look forward to your return and all the wonderful posts that your time away will inevitably spawn.


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