We got home from our New England vacation yesterday morning about 10:00 a.m. We'd planned it that way, since The Tim wanted to be sure that the last part of our trip got us through NYC early in the day, before we'd be likely to run into much traffic.
It was actually nice to have the better part of a day left once we got home. The Tim had to go back to work today, and I'll be busy with laundry and getting the basics we need from the grocery store until we can do a "regular" shop.
I missed the kitties, and I missed our house. But otherwise, I could have stayed away forever. It was a wonderful trip, and though I know returning to regular life and the usual routine are things that make vacations special, it would be nice to know that if I wanted to go away again, it wouldn't be a big deal, i.e., counting down vacation days available at work.
Anyway, back to reality and the way things are. Once I get my pictures organized, I'll share some of them here. I took so many, and as is often the case, most were not that great. :-)
I do have some posts I want to share soon, so I hope you'll stick around. I realized the other day, that this particular blog is now four years old, as of September 1st! I truly had no idea I'd been here this long. I'm enjoying it, and hoping that those of you who stop by are finding it interesting and/or entertaining as well.
Here's one of my favorite pictures from one week ago today, to give you an idea of how wonderful our trip was. Lighthouses are one of my favorite things. This one is in Mystic Seaport, Connecticut.
See you again soon.