A few vacation days does alter thinking. The thing i liked the most was not wearing a watch and pretty much refusing to look at a clock. I had a long list of things that I might do and after I wrote everything down then I asked what's first? GOD what do you want me to do? So I worked and cooked and sat and did nothing, ate and slept and read my way through the days. I met people and I had time alone. Most of all I liked the non-clockness of the time. Of the thime, that's curious. Now I wonder how to keep the calm sense of not measuring time in the middle of a day that is pretty much ruled by the clock. A good challenge for me to change language from busyness to focus. Hmmmmm. More later for sure.
This is the food heaven for the moment. Homegrown raspberries and New Jersey Blueberries, Sigh... Grilled peaches with 3-B Sauce (butter, brown sugar and Bourbon) is coming in a close second.