Home at Last

Did I have a GREAT trip to Arizona?

Is this the face of a tyrant?

You bet. No cancelled flights. No runway delays. And no wrong turns. Yay. I’ve been dying to get out of the house, too …kind of like Rollie, the little potato rocket pug I had the pleasure of doggie sitting.

He loves outside! I love his cuddles. And my kiddos loved taking a Las Vegas break from the rigors of a startup business. Yes, my oldest and youngest are wrangling a startup. We like challenges in this family. Work hard. Play harder.

Tired eyes, crazy hair, and a mask to hide the rest!

In the absence of grandchildren, young Master Roland–Rolando if you’re in a mood–put me through my paces. Not sure I could handle actual little people running around. Puppies are exhausting. (I’ve reached that play hard, poop out harder stage. LoL.) The wee spud took plenty of naps. Me, too. Easy enough to do in a sun drenched yard with no one the wiser. I miss his conspiratorial snorts already.

What have you been doing during 2020 zombie-time? Digging into a new business? Visiting family? Indulging hobbies?

Delicious to the touch!

I just delivered the crochet blanket I’ve been working on forever, too. Homemade gifts aren’t rushed. If you like this one made of Bernat Velvet Yarn, click the picture for the pattern available at Yarnspirations. The plush yarn is a joy to work with and heats your lap while you work. My computer is pulling that duty now but its time for bed. Jet lag has to end.

Write on!




2 thoughts on “Home at Last”

    1. Thanks Isabelle Grace. The medallions in this afghan aren’t that difficult to whip up. Putting it all together is where I find the challenge. If only the yarn could talk!!


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