Friday, October 27, 2006

On the road

Not really, of course. I'm sitting down with a nice glass of Chardonnay newly bought from a winery in Napa Valley, plus a borrowed laptop. The sun has shone brilliantly (ok, a tiny bit of fog one day, but even that lead to interesting photo opportunities), it has not been too hot just bright and beautiful.

Our dinner with Sylvia, Marj and Alfred was wonderful, the opera was super. So, I had better stop using up all my superlatives before someone smacks me. We are with other friends tomight, and were last night, whichhas given me a chance to catch up on email and check in here. No photos, although I have lots already, I don't have the software with me of course.

So I shan't linger. Just proving we are still alive, having survived the flight. Which was not at all bad in the event, and - guess what!! Air France food is by airline standards edible.

On that note I shall leave you and go refill my glass and start anticipating the pasta with artichoke hearts I am being threatened with.

Life is such a pain, sometimes.....(exits rather rapidly!)


Midsummer night's knitter said...

...yes, maybe just as well you exited rapidy - I am in the attic, as the rain really beats down on a dull, west coast morning, struggling with the assignment due on the 7th. So far, the only light at the end of the tunnel has been an oncoming train, but I think that might be changing.
Have a glass or ten for me. I'm counting my blessings here - at least I'm not out in the rain....
Hope the rest of your visit is as anjoyable.

Charleen said...

Enjoy your holiday!