Thursday, June 21, 2007

Globetrotting Savta

Knitting camp was so smashing that I started a group blog for the campers. Photos and updates will be posted there starting next week.

Meanwhile, Claude has posted a report and photos of our short but very sweet meeting (chocolate croissants and fine company!) in Paris almost two weeks ago. We managed to squeeze in quite a lot of catching up while riding the bus, eating, drinking coffee and walking around a bit. I hope we can do it again...anywhere at least one of us speaks the language.

Now I'm running around London with Prowesslessnesslessness, Pippi Bluestocking, and Little Bear, and having a great time. We've visited the Princess Diana Memorial Playground twice, ridden many tubes and double-decker busses (sp?) and eaten countless pizzas. When you travel with an almost-three-year-old, gourmet dining is just not happening. I'll be home this weekend with many photos to upload.


J said...

Glad you're back and it sounds like you had a good time! Welcome home.

Jo said...

Um, that was me. sorry.

noorster said...

Enough with this having a blast thing! We miss you!

Udge said...

Yeah, what Noorster said. (But you may continue blastifying at will)

Terri said...

I'm new to your blog and looking forward to reading some previous posts.
I found you via Claude and also had the pleasure of meeting her this past March.
Since I'm a knitter, I'm drooling with envy about your knitting camp and very much looking forward to hearing more about it.

Anonymous said...

savtadotty, it was wonderful to see such clear and friendly photographs of you at Claude's blog. You are both beautiful women. How exciting that we are all, in some way, getting to meet up here and there.

nominally challenged said...

Nu, are you back yet???


Wonderful to hear that you've been having a good time, but there are people here who are missing you !! :)

Claude said...

Looks like your London stay is quite exciting!

Savtadotty said...

Jo - It's good to be home, but because I brought my family with me I have no time to "process!" Tune in next week.

Noorster - I love how busy we are, now that I'm back!

Udge - One more week until things settle down and I can return to blogging and untangling new knots!

Terri - Welcome to The Spoon. I look forward to reports from another Floridian (my son et al live there too - they bring down the average age a little).

Tamarika - Yes, it is fun to have bogger meetups, and I am patiently waiting for one with you!

NC - All right, all right, here I am. Stop complaining.