Tuesday, September 4

Down South


It is good to be back in the south. I knew I missed the southern hospitality and the secedas and the good Mexican food...actually the secedas were so loud our first night here that we thought it was car alarms going off, now that is a lot of bugs. Things are taking so much longer to settle than we thought they would, so I will not post for a few more days still. But I wanted to share these pictures I took from the plane on our way out of New York in a thunder storm. Thank you to everyone who left sweet comments for me, your support is brilliant.

9 comments:

  1. eek--thunderstorm in a plane, I shudder at the thought! I'm afraid of flying even in good weather. I miss the bugs too!! Bugs don't live in SF it seems. I don't miss roaches, but crickets I miss a lot. We'll be there next week and I'll email you (part of the week we'll be in NC)

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  2. that shot of the cloud all lit up is soooo amazing!!!

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  3. those are beeeyoootiful!

    so happy to hear you're slipping right back into the southern way of life. i'm crossing my fingers that i may be down in atl at the end of oct for work.

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  4. btw, are you SERIOUSLY an aspiring banjo player as your resume in your studio states?

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  5. It's unbelievable how different New York is from anywhere else in the country, right? It's so nice to get back to a place where you really feel at home. Enjoy the lovely South!

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  6. Thunderstorm while on a plane sounds a little scray to me. I hope you enjoy your new home.

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  7. This might be an interesting thing for you to know - Armas means lovely, dear, sweet, sweetheart and etc in Estonian language :)

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  8. ARe you kidding me about those chairs? That is AMAZING!!!

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