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Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Road Trip May 2010

     I love a good road trip. The open road, the sights, the freedom of it all. To me, poetry outside of words is traveling. Anyway, enough with waxing on. I'm heading out for the open road soon to enjoy a good friend's wedding. On the way, I'm going to enjoy myself. I am in sore need of a change of venue, so this is just what the doctor ordered.
     Something I've noticed when I travel is that the mind opens up, shrugging off the staleness, and I can be creative. Things I look at give me inspiration, and I can really cut loose. I'm hoping this trip will do the same. When inspiration strikes, I hope to take a picture of what inspired me, and maybe post it up here.
     Also, the my Twittering will reflect the nature of my happenings on the road., so be sure to check out that (found in the sidebar) for more. Hint: One of them will involve a Round Rock Donut (a Texas-sized one, at that.)

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