And, just like that, I'm off again. Though, this time I'm vacationing for a week with Zak's family in Cape Cod. As much as it seems like an obvious choice to go on a fun trip with someone you care about, it wasn't easy for me. I've been struggling a lot this summer with responsibility and, at the risk of sounding cliche, "growing up," so half of me was all "go go go!" and half of me was all "you need to stay home and tutor and do internship work." Ultimately, I came to the conclusion that soon enough (hopefully?) I'll have more responsibilities and less opportunities to go on trips like this, so I should go now, while I can. I know this probably isn't the most uplifting vacation reflection, but I figured I'd share it since maybe it's a relatable situation.
Anyway, it's beautiful here and I'm happy I decided to come. The members of my family, other than myself, are in no way "beach people," but Zak's family loves the beach - our vacation house is right off of the water - so it's fun to do something different for a change. I took these photos on the dock of our little beach during the sunset, and while I'm not wearing the most exciting outfit, I think the setting's quite lovely. I'll be trying to post frequently with outfits and such (and I've got a Writing Weekly post all set to go!) since the days here tend to be lazy and relaxing (though the trip up here started with a trip to the emergency room. Zak was in a lot of pain, but it turned out not to be serious thankfully).
Blouse and shorts: Delia's
Shoes: Urban Outfitters