Friday, March 25, 2011

Home Sweet Home

Ahhhhhhhhhhh...back on U.S. soil!

I dearly love to travel, but I'm always so grateful to come home again.

It still warms my heart when the customs officer hands me my passport and says, "Welcome home, Ma'm". Nice.

Europe is a trip - literally. You never realize the absolute blessings (conveniences!) that we have here in the States until you travel abroad.
Trust me - we are spoiled!

While I was packing my little heart out, I did manage to snap a few pics of some of my favorites that are on their way here now.

I'm seriously praying that these babies arrive the same way they looked when I packed them...the hazards in bringing glass across the pond really makes me crazy.

I try not to weep when something sweet arrives in pieces.

So here's a sneak peek of a few faves...







For those of you who like to pre-order, I have no idea what pricing is like at the moment. I'm still calculating cost, shipping, travel, you name it!

Stop in on Saturday night for
Europe, Anyone? Part 4

We'll be chattin' about chowin' in Europe.
Don't come hungry.
You'll be sorry!



Here's who we're hanging out with. Join us!

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and...Debra @ Common Ground

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

I plan on shopping at Easter! Glad you are home and can't wait to see you! <3 AJ

Shirley said...

For some reason, I dont understand..if and when we travel we love what other country's are like, and love how they live and all that stuff, but we are always so happy to come home..do you think they feel the same way when they visit us? Or is it just that there is no place like home?
Sincerely,
Shirley

beetree said...

Glad you made it back safe and sound-let's hope all your goodies do the same! And, I totally agree- it's so wonderful to travel, but there really is nothing like sleeping in your own bed!

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Having lived in Europe for 4 years I agree fully about how spoiled we are.

But I cannot wait for my buying trip to France in 3 weeks~ weeeeeeee!

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Diane, I'm so glad you had a good trip, and I'm glad you are safely back home. Looks like a lucrative trip. I can't wait to see all of the treasures. I hope everything arrives in good condition. Thank you so much for linking to Favorite Things. Welcome home. laurie

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