Knitters are setting the world on fire!
ahead is time for sweet reflection (and fun!)
I have rented a car and will be driving from Rome to the hills of Abruzzo. Me, the woman who regularly sails by her own damn exit . . eep. I know, right? Lucky for me-- there will be some good company in the car to keep me calm and on the good red road.
Circumnavigating the globe, and my navel...Comments (9)
...the vistas were extraordinary, but what filled their hearts most were the people
that welcomed them into this beautiful part of the world with so much grace and kindness
Sometimes you must travel all around the world to realize you are home...Comments (9)
Alas-- that is also a truth of travel-- there is only the one moment. So soak it in, breathe as deeply into it as possible-- because it is indeed, fleeting.Comments (7)
With Spring Squam just around the corner, I've started the preprations. A little excited perhaps?Comments (20)
Michelle celebrates her brithday in style, in Italy of course!
sometimes, it doesn't matter what the language-- there are no words enoughComments (4)
Hands down, one of the best roadtrips I have ever taken was the one I took with my husband through Death Valley. We love exploring new places and we love freedom these kinds of trips allow us. You never know who or what you will run into, or what will be revealed to you along the way.Comments (8)
I believe there is a reason why we are drawn to certain places. I believe it is important to pay attention to the places which keep tapping us on our shoulders...Comments (18)
Last week, Christine and I spent three days in a most magical class with an absolute love of a teacher making paper-mache creatures, replete with tiny knitted hats and crocheted trousers. There were donekeys with panniers, a house with a clever chimney, a robot with a vacumn and even an exquisitely wrought baby carriage.Comments (9)
For both Christine and me, we're here in search of new experience. Neither of us have been to England before--so just getting to be in the countryside with our cameras in hand, walk about the gardens, down to the village, check out the open studios (West Dean has a range of art classes going on all the time)-- is a big draw.Comments (17)