Wednesday, March 16, 2011

HOME

I am home

I missed my garden.
I ate too much and am now like a little round ball of pudding.
My head buzzes from the bike.
I fell over and hurt my hand.. all is well though [learned that Joe has healers hands]..
I prayed for Japan and all that happened.
discovered bio-dynamic gardening.
ate too much.

over the next few days as I come back to earth, I will share and visit..

13 comments:

Winterwood said...

thank goodness youre back - missed your posts!

laoi gaul~williams said...

welcome home robyn!
sorry to ehar about your hand, but most interested in the healing hands and bio-dynamic gardening :)

Fire Byrd said...

Welcome back dear Robyn.
Good to know that your only sustained injury is healed.
Enjoy your autumn garden.
xx

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Glad to hear you're home safe and sound (well, except for your hand and a couple of extra pounds!) Looking forward to hearing your travel stories!

mxtodis123 said...

Sorry to hear that you injured your hand, but glad to hear you are safely home. You were so worried about this trip. When you are rested, please do tell more.
Mary

Janet said...

Welcome back. You were missed.

Serena said...

Welcome back!! I'll look forward to hearing all about your journey ~ xo

Pam said...

Welcome home Robyn. Can't wait to hear more of your trip. Not being a Facebook person I've been wondering how it was all going! Love the photo!

rebecca said...

welcome home dear one!
i surrounded you in angels with every thought.
when you are a bit rested please come visit and discover shelter box!

~Sheila~ said...

Apart from your fall I'm glad you had a good time, since you were so apprehensive about going. I hope you changed your mind about the bike as you and Joe seem to have such good times.
Hug
sxx

gemma said...

Home is such a healing place. Particularly after all those miles on the road. Glad you are back!

Searching For My Willoughby said...

Welcome back! Looking forward to hearing about your trip and hoping your hand heals quickly. I always come home from a trip with a few more pounds than I left with.

Cheryl@Gingerbread Crafts said...

Welocome Home, Robyn. I missed you.

Hope you enjoyed yourself, despite your injury and the buzzing.

"She seemed to come suddenly upon happiness as if she had surprised a butterfly in the Winter woods"
(edith wharton)