Since arriving home on Tuesday I have been unpacking and packing. Yes, you read that right. It's a job I detest every time we have to go away to work. Not only do I have to unpack from our time in Georgia but I have to start gathering what we will be taking to New Jersey in a few weeks when we go there for the Spring outage. It makes my head spin so I don't really have any mental fortitude left to read/comment/post. I'm finally caught up on the laundry and I have rooted through the "outage" bin so I'm seizing the moment!
We heard that Winter was to arrive in our neck of the woods so instead of driving back home when we were finished in Georgia, we pointed the car south and headed to Florida. Ft. Walton Beach to be exact.
I took my shoes off long enough to dip my tootsies in the water and put them right back on. It was cold at first but really not too bad. The sun was so warm. I actually left there with a little bit of sunburn on my neck!
We walked out to the end of a fishing pier....
....then we walked to The Crab Trap for dinner....
|The calamari was delicious!|
I don't really have much to show for progress on anything stitch related. I worked on Guardian a little bit on the way home from Florida but didn't get too far. I can't stitch when the roads are the least bit rough and I usually end up sleeping a good portion on the way home. I am just like a baby....when you put me in the car I go to sleep quick! Here's the scary part: it doesn't matter if I'm the driver or the passenger! Needless to say, Masterchief does ALL the driving when we travel.
I promise to do some serious blog browsing in the next couple days. It won't be long before I will be absent from blogland while I am working. That is always a hard time when I'm away like that but all my bloggy friends have always been very understanding about it. You're THE BESTEST!!
I hope to have some progress to show next time.
Thanks for stopping by and thank you all so much for your comments. I love reading them....now I must get busy and leave some comments for YOU!
So glad to be home,