We've all heard it.
All good things must come to an end.
And as I sit here exhausted, sunburned and content, it's a most apt description regarding our vacation. Tomorrow we load up and head out: We'll wind our way back to the Midwest, toward home and our semblance of normalcy.
As ready as I am to return, I'm sad the trip, and all the excitement, is over. No more anticipation. But it's been an amazing week. We've visited family members from both my side and misterwrites'. We've seen sights and found adventure and, most importantly, been with people we love and filed away grand memories.
So I think I'll rephrase that old saying. Today I say All good things will live on, in memory, in mind.
How would you finish the sentence?