Hey Stone, how you be after many moons? Do you have any new stories in the works? Come on back and say hello to the gang. I will come on board next week and try to catch up. I was happy to see reneelovesgreen a fw months ago.
Ali, I think of you and Soney often as well. How is Soney, and is it terribly cold?
So beautifully said Coop. Thank you for your wishes, and grins, hopes and all good things. In your sleigh of hey hey, you always set the tinkle and dingle of our heart strings. You make us sing on a winter nite and set a cascade of happy thoughts and wishes to every one of us every day.
Hello Dear Deer, we all mention each other daily. HGTV and we. the bloggers of this HGTV Republic, form a perfect reunion. Thanks for the good wishes, and I wish you, and all of us the same. This 'weekend, I will find out what's going on on all fronts.
Helloo Miss Ali, you are 100 plus in my eyes and so much more. Oh the fun of Christmas trains. Actually going to a train show tomorrow.
Hello all of my good friends-- I miss you guys, and think about everyone even when I am not on the site. I'm a little behind on the new HGTV news, but have no fear, I'll catch up. All of you as a blogging family, have made HGTV the remarkable gathering place, and resource for growth, sharing, friendships, design, architecture, and wetting your appetite for finding the next best location. I'm stopping by, to wish everyone a wonderful Christmas on this day, and in the spirt of throughout the year.It's been awhile, Promise to try to come on more often, and have been encouraging my group to go to Utah to visit friends and scout out new developments.
Dear Coles, I wanted to tell you that your post about the mermaids was glorious. Thank you for your amazing words and comments, always. I feel all of us have this siren call to swim in the Atlantic and be mystified by all that Miami has to offer.
Eddie, yours is not an Old Man and The Sea Story. You give in, and free the great ones. Marlins are a beautiful and fascinating fish, and thanks for the explanation. This must be the reason for the terrific bursts of color you see when they leap out of the ocean.
Shalom Eddie Boy, thanks for the compliment. Yes I still in wageless, and not complaining just leaving when the spirit moves me. You are in a glorious part of the country, and I never hear you complain. Lucky!!!
Hiya Coop, it's wonderful to see your words, hear your voice, and know that you and Miss Terri are high and dry, and in the cool of them thar hills. That same storm hit Vegas, and produced golf ball sized hail a few weeks ago, but missed it. Tibet, in my far away imagination, would be a wonderful adventure, and probably easier to access my computer. I hear you my friend. and will be more computer present. While in Mt. Charleston, I borrowed a small camper, and enjoyed the quiet time. The lodge was actually within a few miles, but chose to be a mountain woman for a month and left the computer home. Next time, renting closer to Idylwild would be a consideration, with all the comforts including a cushy chair with Wi fi. I could even see living there. Now, on those pina coladas, and the place that makes you smile, at the first sip. All ingredients, have to be the real thing you know. Not coconut milk from a can, but real coconuts, and luscious pineapple. This group could definitely form a pina colada conga line down to South Beach with straw hats and arms flailing with HGTV signs.