Friday, November 23, 2012

Photo Friday--My First World Problem

As you all know from previous posts, griping about the reasons I am unable to keep up on my word count for NaNo, we were given the gift of a vacation condo stay for the week from one of my clients. It is quite pretty, but is only about 20 minutes away--close enough that you're tempted to run home for forgotten items that you "need", but far enough (and $3 in tolls each way) that it's cheaper to either do without or just buy locally (at the "inflated for tourists" prices). We thought about doing Thanksgiving dinner there, but in the end, decided that:

A) It's our first year in our new home. We'd like to have it here.
B) It would be a pain to have to make sure we had everything there--proper pans, spices, etc, as well as the main courses.

Next year, if she gives us the place again, we might, although that will be the teen's last year with us before he takes off for the Army and basic training. At any rate, what we had to suffer through:

The dining room, which looks toward the living room and the screened-in porch.


The jacuzzi in the master bedroom. 


The king-sized bed in the master bedroom. 


The 12 year-old in the spare bedroom (two full-sized beds). 


We fed bagels to ducks. 


There were fountains.


There was a pool, but I never got to it. I made dinner one night while hubby brought the pre-teen down and another day, the teen brought his brother so I could try to get some work done. So there you have it--our "problem". No weeping for me, now (even if I AM behind by over 5K words with no hope of a catch-up any time soon). :P

4 comments:

Christy Olesen said...

Hi Lynne, what a great get-a-way gift. That tub looks perfect for two!

Lynne Kensington said...

It was quite pretty and for once, we had a tub that DID fit two! :D

Alicia Coleman said...

What a great gift. Hope your holidays were good.

Lynne Kensington said...

I just wish we could have gotten more out of it. Hubby & I were working, the teen was happy at the house because that's where his stuff is--the one who got the most out of it was the pre-teen. But he always seems to find a way to live life to the fullest--he truly is the best gift ever!

Thanksgiving was awesome--just the four of us in our new home, with my hubby running down to get his sis (200 miles each way). Hope yours were good, too. :)