Flag and walruses

This past weekend, Dave Bonta posted a collection of one-line poems chronicling what folks did on their summer vacations. Fittingly enough, this past week J and I were on vacation, first in Los Angeles and then in Seattle, and one thing I didn’t do while we were gone was blog, Tweet, or post to Facebook, thereby bucking the trend of staying wired and connected on vacation by keeping intentionally out of reach. Night-owls say there will be plenty of time to sleep when you’re dead, and stone walruses like the ones that line the Arctic Building in downtown Seattle say there will be plenty of time to blog your vacation after you’re home and back online.