This is what I packed for my spring break trip on the beach:
My craft robo
My new ATC adhesive dispenser (huge)
Stacks of printed paper to convert into dainty notecards
Two reams of cardstock, just in case
A brand new laptop (husband's)
About 500 brass mini brads
Exacto knife, many blades
My all-in-one printer/scanner/fax/copier
A lamp (hate dim light) and extension cord
A bin (or two) or assorted supplies
In the end, I discovered that I'd neglected to install the printer driver into the new laptop, so I couldn't print a darned thing!
Plus in my mad rush to get an order out that morning to South Africa (international shipping, by the way, can be a nightmare), I had forgotten to grab the flash drive with all of the files I'd meant to work on, so what I'd imagined to be a long productive week of making cards stretched out without a project in sight.
Luckily, I had a few disks of artwork that I could use to do some work completely from scratch. One was a Dover Clip-Art CD of WWI and WWII posters -- really lovely stuff.
I wasn't particularly productive (unless you count finishing "The Boleyn Inheritance" and "The Jane Austen Book Club as being productive), but I did design one piece that I really liked. I'm a little wary of selling it, however. I had always liked the image, one that made me think of strong, proud, capable women, but after animating the artwork I wondered if others might see another meaning in it.