Exploding Brains, Anyone?

My brain is quite possibly going to explode. This fall has been full of crazy-busy-insanity, miscommunication and mishaps. (If you don’t already know, I work for a state higher education agency and I travel quite a bit around rural Utah during the fall and the spring. It gets hectic.)

But tomorrow!

Tomorrow, I will NOT turn on my phone. That’s right. It’s gonna be off, baby.

Tomorrow, I will NOT check any of my five email accounts. No freakin’ way, man.

Tomorrow, I will NOT listen to voice messages and return calls. Not happenin’, dude.

Tomorrow, I will kick off my dress trousers, pull on my hiking boots, and spend the day trekking through this glorious place with my favorite person on the planet.

That’s right. I’m taking a Day Off and going hiking in Arches National Park, and spending the weekend in gorgeous Moab, Utah. It’ll be a good one.

I hope you get whatever it is you need to prevent your brains from exploding as well. ‘Cause an exploding brain is a real mess to clean up. See you all on the other side of the weekend!

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