Summer is the traditional time for vacationing: Taking time to shed the heavy mantle of responsibility most of us carry in our everyday lives, time to rest, relax, and perhaps kick up our heels a little. When we "vacate" our usual routines, what happens next? Do the worlds of work and worry grind to a halt in our absence? Or perhaps our asence allows for something new to happen. Is there a UU "theology of vacation?"