When I think of the word closure, I think of season two of Friends, when Rachel is out on a date, forcefully/drunkenly borrows a stranger’s cell phone, and leaves Ross a message about how she now has closure. The next morning he is checking his messages, Rachel remembers what she did the night before and jumps on his back in a desperate attempt to get the phone from him. I love this episode – specifically the end of it, at the coffee shop, with the rain and all the locks.
However, this is not a post about closure of fake tv relationships. I’ve had some complaints lodged about the abrupt ending and lack of closure to Spinster Sister Vacation Part 2: Europa. In efforts to help you find closure and the strength to move on from my vacation, I would like to share two things.
1: A link to the Women at Hope blog where I highlight some moments from being on holiday. I am handing out awards like they are candy. Click here.
2: A viewing of 12 days of vacation in 4 minutes flat. (it is not actually 4 minutes flat. It is four minutes and some odd seconds. Four minutes flat just has a nice ring to it.)
I hope this helps, and that now you will be ready to move on to other things, like cupcakes, paddleboating, and fireworks. If not, you can schedule a private viewing of the slow motion (not fast forward) version of my vacation slideshow, and I will regale you with stories you may or may not have already heard.
3. You should read this advice. It has nothing to do with traveling or closure. But starting now I will strive to be as funny as this girl… amusing link