Well, I’m home! Met by both daughters at the airport and so happy to be on home ground!
Its now 530 a.m. And I’ve been up for an hour… Readjusting back to U.S. time can be rough, but worth it!
My first day back was full of hugs and cuddles and phone calls and text messages and love. It feels awesome to know that I’m not getting back on a plane in a couple of weeks… I’m home 🙂
Good morning. No one could be happier than I that you are home. See you tomorrow. Call me when you get a minute.
What’s with the time here. Is your blog still on China time? LOL!!!
Finally!! Yay. So glad. Love you.
Welcome home! Training starts tomorrow. 😉
I hope you had a great trip!
I can only imagine the joys, tears and smiles at the airport! Welcome home!!
Beautiful! Home Sweet Home!
I’m glad you made it back! Where are you hiking?
Going to hike in and around Hendersonville and Asheville 🙂
Very cool! Enjoy it!
Thank you, ladies… I’m so glad to be home. Jet lag kicking my butt! Ran early yesterday morning, driving to NC this morning… will hike the mountains for 3 days, then back home… meeting with tri coach on Friday!!! woot!!!
There’s really no better feeling! Maybe I’ll get back home someday too. 🙂
This is good news.
glad you made it home safely!
Good to see you made it home. Can’t wait to hear about your new adventures!
Welcome home! Hope you got that Dunkin’ Donuts fix!
Im glad to be home… I’ve had a few cups of DD coffee 🙂
Just the coffee!!!
Congratulations! Lucky you have a blog and can stay close to your China friends! Welcome! – Kaye
How are you feeling now, my friend?
Feeling better, Mona! Hiking and breathing in fresh air in North Carolina 🙂
So glad you are are doing well. The time/jet lag can be so bothersome. A neighbor told me that “when you get older it takes longer to rest”. So if you feel more tired than you like remember that. Does not being on vacation and coming home to stay different in terms of energy??
I forgot to tell you that PBS is starting a mini series “Call the Midwife” starting this Sunday.
“Call the Midwife is a moving and intimate insight into the colorful world of midwifery and family life in 1950’s East London.”
I’ve heard it will be a good series!
Very different! I’m on Day 3 in NC and adjusting nicely. Drive back to Florida tomorrow to start “living” in America 🙂
so glad you are back in the USA!! Now is time for your new adventure and for you to inspire me more!! Do remember you ARE coming to Midland Texas someday! For no other reason than to meet and stay with me! 😉
Thanks, Christy! I’d love to come to Texas and meet you… Maybe next summer!
Welcome back to the U.S.! How was North Carolina? We hear the mountains are just beautiful!
NC was wonderful! Hiking in the mountains was amazing 🙂