Monday, May 5, 2008

Happy Cinco de Mayo

My Mexico days are fading. It's like waking up and only remembering little bits and remnants of an almost forgotten dream. It doesn't seem possible that time has flown by so fast. All the planning, waiting, then delays and the whole trip almost getting trashed. Then seven glorious weeks living in Mexico gone in a flash.


But now we are home. It was a cold and wet first few days back to reality, but today was a perfect spring day. I checked out my gardens and had a chance to see the first colors of springtime. And to take note of all the yard work to be done.


No travel plans for quite some time now. New England is coming into her best seasons. There is nothing as pretty as the soft greens of springtime, the birds singing before the sun comes up, the early blooms; all reminding me of the coming long summer days at the beach, followed by the magic of the fall foliage that New England is known for.

So we will spend time gardening, enjoying family and friends, and savoring the beauty of one of the prettiest parts of the world.

I wish you peace, love and laughter

Gypsy Girl

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hello, lets hope the weather stays like this. I have been checking your blog daily since you have been home but looks like I won't be needing to until your next trip. I enjoyed reading about Mexico. See you soon.

Beth

alfia said...

Welcome back, GG!

You have a beautiful garden.

Your blog reminded me that I need to catch up with my Spanish studies. I have been a lazy girl lately...

Have a beautiful day!

Gypsy Girl said...

Hey Beth I will still be posting, just not about travels. The usual, yoga, nutrition, or other random thoughts.
I am glad you enjoyed the "Mexico saga"

Gypsy Girl said...

Hi alfia, thanks, the garden is pretty, but lots of work. i am sure glad that my husband likes gardening even more than I do.

I love studying Spanish...I didn't start until my 40's. A late bloomer I guess!! But no more classes...now I love to travel to Spanish speaking countries...always an opportunity to keep it alive and learn more.

Babs said...

Glad to know you're back "safe and sound" in "su casa"! Your gardens are exquisite.
It was SUCH FUN to meet you and share thoughts and coffee.

gartenfische said...

Welcome home!

Glad you had such a wonderful time in Mexico--and thanks for sharing your trip with us. :)

Gypsy Girl said...

hi garten, Thanks, it was a wonderful trip, but as the saying goes.."there's no place like home"