The importance of days off.

I’m currently sitting at a bench at marble slab in West Edmonton Mall after a day of shopping and waterslides. Anyone who knows me knows how much I enjoy sliding down tubes filled with water at breakneck speeds.

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West Edmonton Mall Waterpark - too bad the Sky Screamer is no more. Nessie's revenge is still there though.

Having days off on a tour is so important. It just allows everyone to reset and unwind and be a normal human being while living out of a suitcase for a long period of time. It allows people to get away from each other and just relax. I remember when I took the Arkells boys to the very same waterpark about a year and a half ago and they completely loved it.

The funny thing about this tour is that we get another day off in two days at the WEM again. I think we might hit the gun range then. I love shooting guns – only long range guns though, handguns do not interest me at all.

I think tonight we’re going to have some dinner and watch a movie. It’s almost like real life.

One response to “The importance of days off.

  1. Lucky you, i’ve only had the chance to visit the WEM twice, but not long enough to actually go and check out the waterpark.

    We’ll be going through Edmonton a few times this summer, so maybe i’ll get a chance then.

    Glad to hear you’ve had some R & R!

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