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Editor's Letter




I’m writing this from where I wish everything could be written. I’m on the top floor balcony of my little rental home away from home overlooking the ocean. I like to escape every October. It’s my time to reset, relax and prepare for the busy holiday (and event) season ahead of us. I’ve spent my week enjoying the salty sea air and catching up on some books that have been sitting on my coffee table for entirely too long. We’ve enjoyed amazing meals and beautiful views. I’ll be heading home tomorrow. Headed back to reality, back to work and back to seeing all of you at the multitude of events on my calendar for November, but I will be bringing back some new memories and the energy to take on whatever the world brings next. Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m going to go enjoy the last hours of my vacation.

-Liz

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