Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Emotional Transition!

Alderbrook Farm 
We left Kingsland, Georgia, just north side of Jacksonville, around 7AM yesterday morning with three hundred eighty two miles to go. A torrential rain fall, southern style enticed us to stop on the second day of our journey! It was good to get off the road and enjoy a nice dinner, covering over five hundred miles earlier. 
The state of Florida greeted us with an abundance of sunshine and warm temps. Arrived home around one, having made a couple of brief stops! Coffee, bathroom, coffee, bathroom!
It's good to be home and almost organized. Hubby playing golf this morning and I'm off with the girls on a shopping expedition and lunch later. No rest for the weary. 
So much for groceries and cleaning! 
I'm still in northern mode and it will take me a few days to adjust. Still missing the kids!!! Hence a picture of a northern farm stand that I took earlier in the month. 
Really need to get those groceries! Darn those friends of mine!
This adjusting stuff can be tough but somebody's got to do it! How fortunate am I?
Have a wonderful day!

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9 comments:

Pieces of Sunshine said...

I love your sense of humour Rosemary.

missing moments said...

Glad you made it back .. we just returned from driving up to Maine ...have been up there twice in the last month ... about a 9 hour drive. And oh my, lots to do to get the house back in order. Commiserating here with ya!

lisa said...

You are very fortunate indeed!
Welcome home Rosemary!

Barb said...

Have fun! this is a gorgeous scene!

Susan said...

Mmmm...those fruits and veggies look SO good. Great shot :)

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

Oh, you poor thing! lol Sounds like a nice return-home welcome. :)

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

Love the herbs in the photo -- look so healthy! :)

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Jennifer@threedogsinagarden
I had to scroll down to see a few of the wedding shots. It was great that the hired photographer was so gracious. I bet you had a wonderful time.
I say groceries can wait. Friends are what real counts!

hootnonny said...

Glad you're safely home. Sounds like you have your priorities right!

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