Wednesday, May 9, 2007

Away

I'll be offline for a few days.

This weekend is the ARE ® retreat in Montana with Dr. Barbara Lane.
I wrote about it in this post.
It features several regression sessions including one to the interlife. It’ll be amazing.

I’m driving down starting tomorrow--it’s at least 10 hours--and turning this into a five-day road trip.

That’ll be amazing, too.

Just me and my car and my thoughts. And road trip food.
Lots of road trip food.

In the meantime Miss Prozac has been busy at our team blog, Prozac Palace.

See you Tuesdayish.

6 comments:

Crabby McSlacker said...

Have a great retreat and a great road trip! We'll miss hanging out here while you're gone. (And I don't know about you, but road trips always make me feel like I get to eat junky for a bit, since healthy alternatives are hard to find.)

So stupid me, I was over at your other blog this morning and mistook a post by Miss Prozac as one of yours, and responded as though you had posted it! Duh. Didn't check the byline carefully and didn't register the words "leah's sister." Either of you should feel free to delete it.

Leah J. Utas said...

Me too, Crabby. I eat junky on the road though not as much as I used to.
My travel eating rules include, but are not restricted to, trying the beer, the local version of Coke (TM), and whatever else strikes my fancy.

Your comment at Prozac Palace is fine by me and thank you for it.

Dawn said...

Hope you find the retreat useful, Leah, and yeah, enjoy the road trip. I like long road trips. There's something magical about stepping out of your usual world and entering the world of truckstop cafes.

amy said...

Have an amazing time. Take care and tell me all about it when you get home!!

Samantha said...

I love road trips. Sounds like an interesting retreat. Have a great time!

Leah J. Utas said...

I agree, Dawn. It is magical.

Hey, Amy! Just try to stop me from telling you about it.

Thanks, Samantha. I appreciate that you stopped by.