Saturday, March 25, 2006

Toto, I Don't Think We're in Kansas Anymore

It's good to be home from Kansas! I don't think I was properly warm the entire time I was away. One nice perk of my hotel was that I had a suite (living room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom, and bedroom areas) and it had a gas fireplace. I used that fireplace every night I was there! The suite looked like it was as big as an apartment I lived in in the Atlanta area several years ago!

The meeting was fine, and it was great to see my friends. It's even better to be home, though. I haven't touched knitting in about a week, unless you count packing my project and then unpacking it. There was just no time!

I did read a great book this week: The DaVinci Code. I figured wiht all the controversy surrounding it, I'd better grab a copy while I can. It was much better than I'd thought it would be. For me, it really was one of those "can't put down" books.

Later today, we're going to see a play at daughter's school. Some of daughter's friends are in the play. In fact, one really great kid is playing....are you sitting down?....the rear end of a cow. I guess all great actors have to start out somewhere. Rumor has it that the cow gets milked during the play. Poor kid. Seriously, the school is in a big building period right now. We're getting a wonderful new gymnasium and art center complete with a state of the art (no pun intended) performing arts complex. This will be the last production in the existing performing arts center, and I think it's important to be part of that.

I'm off to unpack and spend some quality time with my Mr. Washie.

2 Comments:

Blogger Sherry W said...

Welcome home!

I got my spindle when I came home and I made yarn yesterday! It was really fun. I can see a wheel in my distant future.

When you settle down a bit, if you have any advice on good fibers for me to try, please let me know! Maryland sheep and wool is coming up!

1:00 PM  
Blogger amylovie said...

The Di Vinci Code was a great read. Glad you made it home safe and sound.

Amy

10:57 PM  

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