Saturday, December 5, 2009

Off the Grid

Caesars Palace Christmas Tree
Thank you so very much for all your encouragement, kind words, and prayers. They mean more to me than you will ever know.

I'll be "off the grid" for a few days. Today was my final team demonstration and presentation, then I'm headed to a Christmas party, then packing. Early tomorrow I'm headed to a conference and won't get back until LATE Wednesday night. Actually, it will be after midnight Thursday morning when I finally get home. Oh, don't feel too sorry for me. I'm headed to Vegas and the conference is at Caesar's Palace.

My pal, Jess, is traveling with me and we are doing a spa at Caesar's. I can barely wait. I so need the break and relaxation. They have a whole "spa experience" that includes relaxing in the Roman baths and saunas. Doesn't that sound just delicious? It's totally segregated so I'm good with that.

We're also eating at Mesa Grill. If you're not familiar with that restaurant, Bobby Flay from the Food Network is the owner.  We'll have one other evening for dinner out and we're just winging it. We will have so much fun. We always do.

Have any of you done a spa treatment before? If you could indulge in one luxury this Christmas season as a gift to yourself what would it be?

Peace and Joy,

Psalm 122:8 (NIV)  For the sake of my brothers and friends, I will say, "Peace be within you."


Teresa @ Grammy Girlfriend said...

Spa days are my favorite....and every person in my family knows thats the only gift I ever want or need. Enjoy yours

lagirl/sweet tea said...

You're gonna have a wonderful "deserved" time.
Enjoy my friend.
We'll expect you to tell us all about it when you're back home.

Susan said...

Your trip sounds wonderful. I stayed at Ceasar's while I was there and LOVED it. Have fun.

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