For those of you who've never heard of Cappadoccia, it's a region in the middle of Turkey and happens to be the first leg of our vacation to celebrate our 20th anniversary. My plan a few weeks ago was that if I could just write two posts a day on the weekends and another couple extra posts during the week, I'd have my posts all lined up to go for the entire 2+ weeks we'd be gone, and thus the Quest would not be interrupted by Vacation Catatonia, which is what happens when you eat too much baklava. Of course, because I'm not yet Really Organized but still an Organization Wannabe, I did not write the extra posts. I then imagined I could write my posts, um, the day I left, nevermind that I had to work half the day and hadn't yet started packing all that much. Or the airplane! I could write on the airplane! Or; in the place we are staying in Cappadoccia! Notice I did not say "the hotel we are staying at in Cappadoccia" because we are not staying in a hotel; we are staying in a cave. I kid you not. It is a very nice cave, but a cave nevertheless. But surely caves carved out of volcanic rock in the middle of Turkey have wi-fi, right?
So, folks, I miscalculate a little, and for that I apologize. I do, however, have a ton of great topics for the Quest, some of which are new takes on old favorites and some that we've never before visited, so there should be a lot of great content this summer to look forward to when we return mid-July. In the meantime, I'll try to log on when I can to share O-Quest insights or maybe a few vacation pix and stories, assuming, of course, that Vacation Catatonia doesn't set in. But I don't know if I'll be able to avoid it; the baklava here is awfully good.