Wednesday, May 4, 2011

We're back; Nobody's murdered; Marriage intact.

And what more can you ask for after 2 weeks' driving 3000 kms through 6 countries with 3 children aged 6 and under?


Not much more, I tell you.


But if I could, I would ask for the laundry fairy to come visit. I keep washing but the mound doesn't get any smaller.


We seem to have created some sort of perpetual, self-sustaining laundry pile. If only I could harness that energy and use it for good.


I took 700 photos while we were gone - I promise I won't subject you to them all.


But I hope to get around to sorting them out shortly and showing you the best.


Hope you've all been well and having fun. I'm really looking forward to getting around the interwebs and seeing what you've all been up to.

Have a great week!


Betty said...

Good to have you back.
You can relax (sew) again in between wash loads, I hope!

Anonymous said...

Welcome Back!!

Jennifer said...

Yay! You're back! I can't wait to see you pictures... they won't bore me at all.

Jennifer :)

Maaike said...

Oh wow, I already see Barcelona, and Florence... you really made an amazing trip! More pictures please, I won't be bothered, may be a little jealous... Good luck on your laundry and welcome back.
Love, Maaike

Pene said...

Welcome back, did you have a truely great time? Go on show us the pics.... once you've finished the washing lol
Pene x

Bobbie said...

Glad to hear you made it home safely!

Susan said...

Welcome home! Don't you hate how that holiday washing pile breeds in the laundry while you're doing other things?! Your photo of the ceiling of \ Sagrada Familia in Barcelona!

Sarah - Red Gingham said...

Oh the washing:( I'm having one of those days too after a wet couple of weeks. So glad you survived your huge holiday. What wonderful sights you must have seen. And probably lots of loos too! That ceiling in the top photo is amazing! Good luck with that pile of yuck.

Bloom said...

Welcome back traveller! Your first photo is amazing. I had no idea what it was for a few seconds, then the perspective locked in. Wow! It is astonishingly beautiful. Look forward to hearing about your travels. Don't let the washing mountain defeat you! Ros x

Sara Louise said...

700 photos!!! Sweet georgia brown that's a lot!
And I would totally help you with your laundry. I'm some sort of weird freak who likes doing laundry (it's true) x

Marg said...

Welcome back, sorry to hear about the washing, I think that is the one downer of holidays. Hope you get through it soon.
Looking forward to hearing all about your trip, and seeing lots and lots of photos.

diana said...

As long as you don't attempt to iron everything you'll be fine soon :)))

Welcome back! When do you expect to meet the baby?

Selina said...

Can't wait to see all your photos! I took around 800 pics, so pfft, I win.


blandina said...

I like the title of this post...but I am not surprised, now know that you are an extraordinary couple.
What is the beautiful building in your first photo? Looks like a ceiling made of paper.

Eva said...

Hehe! It's great to know you're back and all that survival is really no mean feat! :-) ;-) I'm looking forward to see what you've got to show and tell! :-) I'm curious about that ceiling, too! Stunning!

michelle said...

welcome back. i am glad it went well. the photos are stunning. i popped in on the lovely blandina today and saw that she has had real life visitors. i love that i can now put a gorgeous face to a name.

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