Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Really I didn't fall off the side of the earth.....


Do you remember this one...my little elven door? Well I decided I wanted to pass it along to someone who will love it as much as I do...so I have listed it on Ebay... here.

I have not disappeared...I took a little break. I had an unexpected four days in a row off...whoo hoo!! We took full advantage of the time. We went here and played in the lake and chased bugs in the woods.

It was wickedly cold..I mean freeze your feet cold. So cold the boys decided after a bit it wasn't healthy. Nonni and I braved the cold and caught bisty fish in a coffee containter..we let them go of course.

We spent the long weekend doing what ever we pleased..whenever..I even took a few naps.

Happy Tuesday all:)

10 comments:

Christine said...

So beautiful! I bet you had a much needed beautiful weekend!!!

xx

yoborobo said...

It's good to fall off the Earth every now and then - throw the schedule out the window and just play. I am about ready to do that myself. :) Looks so beautiful where you are! xox Pam

Joanna Jenkins said...

The cold water sure looks beautiful-- the water is so clear. It looks like a perfect spot to relax and escape. Glad you got to have a nice break.

xo jj

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Never waste an opportunity to nap or relax! Choose idleness when possible!

Donna B said...

Love the Elf door and love the photos...what a paradise!

Dede said...

I am so glad that you got some much needed time off! Looks so tranquil... Wishing you a beautiful week!

(((HUGS)))

Snap said...

Time off is good ... especially someplace so beautiful!

ox

Gail H. Ragsdale said...

What glorious photos! You live in such a beautiful area!

Holly said...

I'm glad you could have such beautiful soon and cool temps. If I can't have them, and trust me, we DON'T...then I'm glad my friend had them so you could enjoy yourself.

Isn't napping when it's delightfully cool just the best?????!!!

umbrellalady said...

What a beautiful place to recharge yourself! I could just smell the sharp cold air with its lovely pine scent. Great pictures...of course! :)