Wednesday, November 24, 2010

I'm home

I'm home and rested. It was of course a long journey from Sydney to San Diego, but I can report that I seemed to have dodged the worst of jetlag. I'm feeling well and pleased to be in my home with Miss Maya and Mark, near to my friends and family.

Little Hoot traveled home in the carry one and has since been re-united with brother Hoot at the Grove.

Not that I didn't have a delightful time in Australia, I did, but returning home is always so sweet.

I'm including a few pictures that I didn't get a chance to post

This was a bronze I came across at an outdoor space in Melbourne. I like the whimsy of it.

This reminds me of a plant that Dr. Suess would have created....

And another.....I can't wait to begin the planting of our garden space. It is getting close!

This is the house at Herenswood, a very pretty spot.

I am in slow motion. I've vowed to take the week off and I'm doing a reasonably good job of it, attending only to the most necessary of business related tasks. I did reopen the store, so if you were waiting you may now go shop. In the next few days there will be crystal medallion bracelets available in all three colors.

I'm planning on retiring the Venetian, but have a few remaining kits. And I will try to get to the gold and silver rings of saturn soon....

For now I am going to go knit!


Katie said...

Welcome back! I'm glad you had a great time and haven't been beaten up too badly by the jet lag monster!

Do you have an accent now? :o)

I can't wait to see the kits for the special edition Rings of Saturn - I'm dying to get my hands on one :o)

Arlenesfelt said...

Yes, a perfect day to knit!

Ralonda said...

I see I am not the only one that couldn't resist the hooters in Knit Simple. Mine went to Mandi who you will be seeing at Beading by the Bay. I love the colors of yours too!