- 1re·treat ri-ˈtrēt
- Function: noun
- Etymology: Middle English retret, from Anglo-French retrait, from past participle of retraireto withdraw, from Latin retrahere, from re- + trahere to draw1 a (1): an act or process of withdrawing especially from what is difficult, dangerous, or disagreeable2: a place of privacy or safety : refuge
I have a very special weekend planned. Will be computerless and enjoying the time away from machines and agendas. More details to come next week after all the R&R will have too quickly become a memory.