Travelling light

Packing for a trip usually means just throwing some clothes in a bag and going. I tend to think that I travel light — that is, until it comes to packing books. My parents and I are going on a family holiday to Skye and I already set aside two work books, two fiction books, a non-fiction book, a journal for my novel, my other journal, and my Bible.

Then I remembered that I’m going on a family holiday and although we will have two full days of travel, we’ll only be away five days. I’m not running away to read, I’m going exploring. So I’ve left out one fiction book and one work book (I really don’t want to be reading about Hell while I’m on holiday, though I’ll stick with Purgatory).

Needless to say, I only think I’m travelling light… 😛

4 thoughts on “Travelling light

  1. Kristin says:

    Will you be coming through I’ness? Do come visit – I’d love to return the lovely ‘let’s have guests’ Christmas hosting you guys did. We have a spare room (with a double bed) and a comfy sofa, you know…

    And if not, say hello to your folks from me/us!


    • Chera says:

      Agh, I didn’t get this in time to incorporate you into our travel plans. Alas, sorry! But I’ve been thinking I do need to come up and visit Inverness sometime without tourists in tow. It’s been too long since I’ve been to Leakey’s…


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