Tell us about times in which you linger — when you don’t want an event, or a day to end. What is it you love about these times? Why do you wish you could linger forever?

The times I like to linger are the times that I get to spend with on a historically-based leisure day with a friend. There are many vacation-type, historical ‘villages’ that a person can visit in Virginia. Awakening to meet early for a wondrous breakfast buffet, followed by an all-day tour of a historical landmark complete with authentically-garbed interpreters for questions (my handy camera by my side) with a mid-day cheese and crackers picnic, to end with an all-you-can-eat steak buffet. Visit a nearby lake and watch the sunset while relaxing and finishing the finer points of catching-up on lives that have not touched since the last encounter. These are days that should never end!

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Linger.”


One thought on “Linger

  1. I would definitely linger over such a day! Minnesota had some wonderful living historical sites to visit in the summer. They are of the silent and often abandoned sort out west, but you can find fun historical events or museums with outdoor activities.

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