Saturday, 24 November 2012

He's Australia

Well, that's the Youngest gone, waiting to fly as we speak! I was pleasantly distracted tho at a very successful craft fair today, probably my best, very happy!

 I managed not to be overemotional, just enough to let him know I'd miss him like bu%*$ry!

We had a fabulous weekend together, truly my very own Thanks Giving

Oh, they're all lovely!

I took a pic of a rock 

& then saw some circles

This one on the right the lovely DH gave me so I put it by some lichen

I got quite carried away; I'm sure there are some left if you'd like some ;)


ju-north said...

A lovely family in a great place! I'm sure you'll miss him but we have to let them go!

Ro Bruhn said...

Imagine the stories he'll have to tell when he comes home and five months will go very quickly.

Jacky said...

You'll miss him .... but how lovely to have your get together before he left.
He's coming over to some lovely warm weather (where will he base himself?).
If he needs a place to stay sometime, or needs help with anything, he can always contact me.

Jacky xox

Robin Mac said...

I am sure you won't have to wait for 5 moths to hear some of the stories! Surely in these days of email and facebook etc you will be with him in spirit most of the time. I am glad you had such a successful craft fair to distract you. Cheers.

ArtPropelled said...

Glad you had the craft fair to keep your mind busy. The rocks are divine! Wish you could pack me a box full and send them over. Keep on being busy Emma. Sighhhh .... they seem to grow up slowly and then the next thing they take off and time just whizzes by.

Anonymous said...

Just catching up with all you have been doing. I hope he has a safe trip and brings back plenty of inspiration for you. Congratulations on the successful craft fair.

Beverley Baird said...

Lovely shots of your family. You will definitely miss him but as the others said 5 months does go quickly.
Glad your art show went so well. It is good to keep busy.

Rustic Vintage Country said...

I'm loving your stones and circles! At first you'll think times dragging but then it just flies by and I'm speaking from experience (though not with a child) of when my hubs was in Australia! Suzy x

sue said...

Don't worry - the beasties might be venomous but the people are generally pretty great!

Anonymous said...

My heart goes out to you Mum! Letting the youngest those rocks with circles, I love seeing them at the beach too! Good photos. Am I seeing stitched rocks in your future? xox

Heloise said...

He will be back sooner than you think. Lovely to photographs of you all together.

Linda Vincent said...

What gorgeous boys you have Emma! ;-)
But hey, I thought me and you were supposed to be going to Australia ???
You must be proud and worried for your boy all at the same time. Bet you can't wait to hear about his adventures.
Glad to hear the craft fair went well! xx