Wooo hooooo! He's home! Bill and Jeff traveled over twenty-four hours from India and now they are home all safe and sound. What a special time they had there, sharing with school staff at several locations where big-hearted people give their lives away. Those sweet Indians are gift givers - always sending something home. This table runner is a little shiny for my folksy tables but I love it anyway with the tiny golden hearts trimming the edge.
There are little bits of Christmas still hanging around this house. Baby trees and red baubles. Slowly, they are making their way into the Christmas boxes in the basement. Not the trees! They shall be nurtured along and then planted. I have to figure that out, how to do it and all.
A flower fairy sent me some DELICIOUS tea from England. She said, "It's strong!" It is! I love the taste and I've been tipping many tea cups full of this lovely golden brown brew!
I've been grading papers - it's an endless job. I take little breaks and do the only thing I really know how to do with the crochet hook - granny squares. I am perusing the how to books and waiting for the light to dawn. I need a tutor.
It's gray outside and the cover of night is fast approaching. I'm going to putt down to the burrito shop and buy dinner. Now that Bill's home, I won't sleep with piles of books, fall asleep with the light on, and wake up feeling all alone. Yahoo! We had a holiday today in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Tomorrow it's back to the salt mines. Just kidding. I'm feeling rested and ready to greet my students again.
Thank you for reading, for visiting, for your interest. Really. Thank you very, very much.