Hi Ho, Hi Ho…

Posted: October 25, 2010 in Uncategorized

It’s off to work we go…

After two weeks of incredibly beautiful weather in Maine, it’s back to work on a grey damp day in Montreal.

At least the weather suits my mood.  I was going to post the requisite “pictures of my trip” entry yesterday, but my friend was in town from Toronto and shopping was on the agenda. Guess what won out.

So, as Suldog would say:  Soon, with more better stuff.

  1. rachel says:

    Welcome back! You absolutely must show pics.

    Happy Monday!

  2. Suldog says:

    As always, thanks for the linky love! I, for one (well, I guess it’s two, seeing Rachel’s comment) am looking forward to the photos.

  3. geogypsy says:

    Welcome home! Hope you had fun shopping. We all have priorities. 😉 Look forward to seeing the Maine pics.

  4. VioletSky says:

    welcome back.
    catch your breath first.
    looking forward to pics of sunny Maine and the Ocean.

  5. mrwriteon says:

    I am so glad you had a good break, but equally (and selfishly) glad you’re back.

  6. e says:

    Gray dampness isn’t much of a welcome home…
    I’m glad you enjoyed your friend and shopping, though. I think you were in Maine at just the right time!

  7. geewits says:

    Sounds like you had a great vacation. Welcome back.

  8. lime says:

    looking forward to the pictures. hope the re-entry to reality goes smoothly.

  9. Jazz says:

    Rachel – As soon as I get my shit together, pics will be done.

    Sully – Linky love rules

    Gypsy – Shopping is always good.

    Violet – Catching my breath is proving difficult

    Ian – Nice to be missed

    e – Grey and damp is nasty

    Geewits – I did, I want to leave again. Now

    Lime – Smooth is always relative isn’t it?

  10. ticknart says:

    “Soon, with more better stuff.”

    You know, I think your stuff has been better enough. All I ever really want is more.

    Also, glad your back. I may rarely reply, but I do always read.

  11. Guillaume says:

    Welcome back. Sometimes it is better to work when the weather is lousy.

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