See ya. I’m outta here.

I’m closing shop for here folks.

Me and the fam? We’re headed out bush for a week of camping. No phone service. No interwebs.

No FACEBOOK.

(How will I cope?)

Quite nicely, thank you.

I’m looking forward to a week of being unplugged. Well, unplugged from the internet at least.

I’m taking my laptop. I’ll be continuing my five-minute-a-day posts. (And will dump them here, back-dated when I return to the land of boardband.)

it’s rainy season here int eh tropics. And we’re headed to the dirt. (Lots of dirt.)

I might be having a few more mud baths that I owuld like. But that’s how it goes folks. No control over the weather!

Ryan adn I are co-teaching on three YWAM schools up there. Should be a hoot.

Could be crazy if the little-you-know-who-two-year-old is cooped up in the shed or tent the whole time due to RAIN.

please God, give us some decent weather. I don’t want to bring home shriveled up babies from too much time playing in puddles.

Pray for us guys, if that’s your thing.

And in the meantime, enjoy this quiet place.

I’ll see you when we’re back in civilization.

STOP.

 

Q for you: When’s the last time you unplugged from the internet and phone for a week? 1993?

 

Love,
A

 

Click Clink Five | five minutes a day, unedited
Adriel also writes on motherhood and parenting at The Mommyhood Memos

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About Adriel Booker

Writer, speaker, advocate, and non-prof worker. Happily married city-lover, mama, and emoji enthusiast in Sydney, Australia. Author of Grace Like Scarlett (Baker Books, 2018). View all posts by Adriel Booker

3 responses to “See ya. I’m outta here.

  • Jessica

    Ohhh. For a week? It’s been awhile since I’ve been unplugged for that long. Enjoy your trip! I can’t wait to hear about your adventures when you get back!

  • Rachel

    I am praying for you…for bluer skies than we’re having here! Regardless, its will be a lot of fun and something I wish we got to do more of at the moment. I just got done telling Jason how much I wished we could go on a little family mission trip together soon. I love doing this type of thing so much more now with a family than I think I ever have! I don’t think anything makes my heart come more alive than thinking of doing mission together as a family (except actually doing it of course)!

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