Monday, December 1, 2008

Southern Charm

What's Jack up to? Jack is trying to get used to being back home after spending the week being totally spoiled by Nana. How will he survive with just little 'ol me after having all the bacon, ham and roast beef his heart desired? He is going to be so hard to deal with this week.

I'm back from Savannah and visiting the DH's family for the Thanksgiving holiday. It was lovely, but way too quick and the ride there and back too long. I-95 is a long road.

Enjoy the moss hanging from the stately Southern trees while I do some more laundry. Sigh.

What are you up to today?



Kristen Painter said...

I wonder if we passed each other? Hotrod and I drove back from MD on I-95. Did you go through all that rain?

pve design said...

How I love the Southern "Kudzoo" - aka Moss hanging from the tree. Glad you are home safe!

Ina J Offret said...

Glad you had a great holiday. I am back to work! And also back to the gym routine. Elliptical and stationary bike (for the cool down and reading). Have a great day Kwana!

Kwana said...

We may have passed each other on I-95 Kristen. We were in Saturday's rain and got home Sunday morning.

Thanks so much Patricia. Can't wait to see you at knitting this week.

Thanks Ina. I hope to get back to the gym soon maybe tomorrow, maybe, once all this housework and laundry are a bit under control. It will be good to start a routine again although I'm not looking forward to the pain.

Louisa Edwards said...

I feel like Jack--going to have to come down off the rich food slowly and painfully. But it's good to be home and getting back into a routine.

Anonymous said...

Happy belated Thanksgiving!!

Love that tree- its so beautiful!

Work is getting in the way today! My lovely husband is off this week- and I am jealous!

Have a great day!

Loveliness makes my world go 'round. said...

oh you're back from GA! did you say hello to the housewives of ATL? haha i just saw their interview w andy cohen and man, nene and kim were just going AT IT!

N said...

Glad you are back and thank you so much for the little bit o'Savannah!


Anonymous said...

Kewl! While greyhounding in the South (you meet some interesting peeps on Greyhound: biblenut, army dude sporting cellar door T-shirt ... but that is an entire dif story)I saw those trees. I was recking my brain: early xmas decoration, ghost trees ... now I know, moss. My brain thanks you!

Kwana said...

Glad to help Anon!

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