Over the last few years, Robyn and I have made semi-regular trips down to Savannah for a few days packed full of ghost tours, to-go-cup drinking, dining, shopping and exploring. This last trip was a little different in that we stayed a little further out of the historic district, and further south near Forsyth Park in a really cute B&B called the Dresser Palmer House, which as it turns out is haunted. Isn't every place in Savannah? But this time I actually had a little encounter and wrote a song about it that I posted in a previous entry.
Unfortunately, for the explorers in us, the weather was wet, wet, wet until the last morning we were there so we hung close to our B&B and did a ton of nothing. So much nothing in fact that I quickly realized that I need to do more of it on a regular basis. I don't know how to relax. So much to do! So little time! Well, this time the weather was unrelenting so we gave in and took something like 8 naps a day. We still explored the city, had some great meals and did some sightseeing, but what a nice change of pace it was to do nothing on vacation.
Where do you find the time to relax when life is so busy?