…mean that I can do nothing more than relax here in Sag Harbor. In and of itself, this isn’t a bad thing at all because I totally get enough time to do this at home and I definitely don’t get enough time to appreciate my son at home, with working and everything, like I do here. But there is also a negative to sitting here, just relaxing.
I tend to dwell on things – unfinished business and cases at work that I worry about blowing up while I’m away is a big one. I have brought things to do with me while I’m here. I am planning on reading discovery for at least an hour each night until I go home.
I have also noticed that there are really good things about being home and really bad things. My entire family is here, so that is good sometimes. And so is being 5 minutes away from the beach and the ocean and being able to get really fresh, right off the boat seafood. I also really love being in and near a huge city. The culture is fantastic and I love it. For instance, yesterday, I bid on and won a painting at a silent auction. So much fun!
But in the last 24-36 hours, I’ve had to come into contact with the “natives” and they so rub me the wrong way. Don’t get me wrong – many of us are fantastic and nice people. But the other ones tend to spoil the bunch. Loudness, crassness, rudeness and just a general disregard for those around them. So not classy.
I did take a walk this morning and probably will take another one tonight with Nate, now that it looks like the sun is coming out.
Also, I have reviewed this book:
You can find the review here. Enjoy!