Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Home Again!
















Wonderful as it is to travel, there is nothing finer than arriving home after a long trip!

I had a great two months travelling and teaching: met some wonderful new friends, and renewed some friendships of long standing. Thanks to all the great people who took me into their homes, made me welcome and nurtured my body and my soul. Thanks to Stu, Guy and Sandy, David and Rosie, Apple, Gloria, Annie and Michael, Rose and Mike and of course Ted and Georgia in San Diego.


I'm still processing my experiences (and recovering from jet-lag) but here are a few pics - more later.

13 comments:

Oops! Desperate Blogger~ said...

Welcome back!

FairiesNest said...

"There's no place like home" is right. Welcome back weary traveler!

Joanna Thomas said...

Welcome Home!
xoxox

Pattee said...

WElcome come home again... Where did you go? I must of missed something!!!

I hate to say it, but home is where I am... I'd love to travel my entire life..
Pattee

Pattee said...

WElcome come home again... Where did you go? I must of missed something!!!

I hate to say it, but home is where I am... I'd love to travel my entire life..
Pattee

Pattee said...

Whoops!

Sugar Donkey Dolls said...

Is the second picture Riverwalk in San Antonio? I've only been there once so I'm no expert but it looks like it.

Pauline said...

welcome home mate...glad you had a nice time

creativedawn said...

Hi Susie,
Yes I know the feeling, there is no place like home! click your heels three times and whoooshhh...I would like to meet you and take your class when you come to Maryland next year (I am told you teach in the area at least once a year) I do admire your work....Anyhoo, I look forward to seeing the pics of your adventures.
huga
Pam in Philadelphia

Sue said...

Hi Susie,

The pics are great, thank you for sharing them...and
Welcome Home!

Little Snoring said...

Welcome home, just in time for winter rains and log fires, good timing...

bensonbear said...

Hi Sis, welcome home! Just had a few hours with your son and the squids, nice to see them again. Will have to catch up soon! Hugs Linda x

Susie McMahon said...

Thanks everyone for the warm welcomes home.
Yes, Sugar, that is indeed the Riverwalk in San Antonio - my hosts very generously took me to all the places they thought I should see. The Alamo was a surprise - I had no idea it was right there in the middle of town!

Barring the unforseen, I'll be back in the US again next year.

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