The tour is officially done as of 4:30 am this morning, as I crawl out of my last hotel and find my way to the airport. It’s dark out as I sit in the airport and write this, and the sun will be setting by the time I touch down in Michigan, going from 84 degrees farenheight in AZ to 40 in Michigan. I’m sort of looking forward to another sunrise at 3,ooo feet. Hope I get on the correct side of the plane.
I’ve heard that it’s still snowing in MI, and I was hoping that it would be done with the white stuff by the time I got home, but I don’t really care. It was a fabulous tour, with some unexpected surprises and having the chance to meet some of you that I’ve been talking to all year. But I’m ready to be home, back with my dogs, my kids, and a cup of tea that is made with water that hasn’t been boiling since six am. ;-)
I’m going to take tomorrow off from the drama box, so see you Wednesday!
PS . . .
I said I was going to take a day off from the drama box, but when I got home, I found that spring had come, even though we still have snow on the ground. (Daffodils, if I remember right) As I write this, there is a robin drinking out of the bird bath, and two paired chickadees waiting their turn. Oooooo! The robin just got in to take a bath. Yay! It took, almost a year, but they are finally using it!!
And now he’s gone. ;-) Which means I’ve got to finish settling in and picking up the threads of the world book, almost done, content-wise. Orchids are blooming, Mr. Fish is perky, and the pups are content. It’s good to be home!
P.S. Robin is back.