Things I learned on my summer vacation

  • I’m not designed for heat. I’m not designed for cold either. I’m pretty much designed for room temperature.
  • La Roche-Posay Anthelios sunscreen rocks.
  • Hiking for hours in new sandals, even comfy Clarks, is not wise.
  • Having all your comfy walking sandals synchronize their disintegration immediately prior to a holiday is bad.
  • Most people don’t ask if they can post photos of others online; people really appreciate it when you do.
  • Whining about publicists publicly leads to the good kind of publicist spontaneously offering interviews and kind people like Jim Henshaw offering practical and morale-boosting advice, for which I am very grateful.
  • It’s still summer. My brain may not know it’s back.
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2 Responses to Things I learned on my summer vacation

  1. Steve says:

    Oh my god, even your toenails are bleeding! Seriously, did you actually get a pedicure before going on an hours-long hike? Or did you try to make your swollen, scarred, abraded feet look attractive for the photo?

  2. Diane Kristine says:

    Hee! No, the pedicure was part of a female bonding ritual before I left for vacation, and unrelated to it. It’s just a bonus that it matched the red welts on my feet.

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