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Friday, February 19, 2010

Train Stop Lovin'

I feel like life has been moving at express train speed.
I've so much to say, to share, to show but those wheel just keep on turning.

Thank God for grabbing tall, dark and handsome you plant a big one on in a train yard, eh?

At any rate, we're hitting the road in just a few hours for another whirlwind blitz to Northern California and back. I'm well stocked with raw veggies, my crochet hook and about 15 balls o' yarn (just WAIT till you see the yarny lust I've been struck with) and a slew of long talks BC and I need to chew over slowly. Like I said, so much to say...

I miss you.

But I'll be back next week.

Carry on little steam engine.


Michaela Dawn:Windy Woman said...
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Michaela Dawn:Windy Woman said...

Safest and BEST wishes to you: for the most enjoyably halcyon-harmonious of adventures lovelies!

I should like to hear what you have to shout to the world when you return:))))


MrsLittleJeans said...

Enjoy....nothing like a train ride with the gear and person you are taking along!


ps-who was taking your picture?

mme. bookling said...

that's right, you'll be BACK with a load of booze for me.

i hope you don't make a habit of stopping on train tracks, haven't you seen "Fried Green Tomatoes"

Hudson Warwick said...

Sounds pretty trampy. I love it of course.

Trista Anodei said...

Your package arrived Saturday, and I must say she looks even more lovely in person. Our new mail man left it lying in the rare and elusive Angeleno puddle outside our door, but thanks to your *beautiful* and careful packaging, she made it out of the rain unscathed.

Thank you again, lovely.

Enjoy the sunshine.