Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Home Again, Home Again, Piggly Wigg

Yes, I know, I'm behind on my blogging, but I think I made up for it last week, don't you? I've returned home from two wonderful, fun, feckless, but exhausting, weeks in Chicago. It was great to see my homies, a Cubs game, Italian Beef sandwiches and Pizzeria Uno. But I missed my husband, my dogs, my carriage tribe, and the big pale blue sky of Utah. Now I'm home for four days and then guess what?

Yup, going on vacation…

While I was away Ro sent me a text to tell me that Cletus missed me. I called her upon my return and asked, "Why did Cletus miss me?"

"Because he needs someone who loves him and babies him like you do," she replied.

So I assume that I have Cletus this Saturday when I work.

Tomorrow I go to lunch with Ro and maybe MBA and give them their precious tourist chotskies (souvenirs) and catch up on all the gossip important business thingamabobs transactions that have occurred while I was away. Then I do a crapload of running around trying to get my stuff together in time to leave for Panguitch, Utah to go camping.

Yes, camping. We like to camp, and because I think that the definition of "camping" is staying at a hotel without room service, we bought a travel trailer, so our camping this time will be the big deluxe kind. There is supposed to be Wifi at the RV Rark so I may even get to blog. But as usual I will take tons of photos. Utah is the most beautiful place I have ever lived, and I love photographing it.

So, once again you may or may not hear from me for a while but like that annoying critter in the "Whack-a-mole" game I should surface occasionally. Until then, talk amongst yourselves.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I'm logged in to several of my websites, and since I have no idea which will outmuscle the others, I am, again, anonymous.

Not you, though! Glad to hear your trip to Bountiful was a success. They say you can't go home again. They lie a little. You can, but it's fattening.

You are giving me withdrawl tremors, you know. Have a happy camping experience. Yup. Nothing like WiFi in the wilderness. Giggle. Dusty.