Tuesday, July 11, 2006

4:41 am and I wake up in my own bed in The 'Kan EWA. Just how did I get here? As my eyes adjust to the very dim daylight poking through the shutters, there is luggage in this, my own bedroom, and a wad of clothes, look like mine, on the floor. Have I been somewhere? What was I just dreaming?

(Absolutely exquiste pink sky of sunrise this morning; I am positive you can only get this sky here.)

JBelle
Bellemaison
The 'Kan EWA

12 comments:

green libertarian said...

Welcome home, JBelle.

vendella von messershmitt said...

/smiling, smiling, smiling

YEE HAW!

More later. Thanks for stopping by on the ontological thermals hither and yon. Always so happy to read your comments.

Girl, you is back! We need to chat when you regroup, yes indeed. Wanna here all about thangs.
*muah
(((Schmeebs)))

MarmiteToasty said...

((((Schmeebs)))) 'Wecome Home' safe and sound matie..... sounds like you had the most amazing time.... you need to tell all about it :)..... x

ps...... and no I aint doing ya bloody washing and ironing for ya :)

MarmiteToasty said...

bugger.... I cant even spell welcome proper lol.... wecome is polish for welcome ;)

CynM said...

Welcome home (((JBelle)))

Glad you're safe and sound. Can't wait to see some pics posted.

Re: Boring and boorish 'compensating' on HBO - you can't stop these guys from duking it out. I've tried. One of the reasons I've stopped posting there. Wellll, on second thought, you might be more successful than me.

Email if you can arrange a few minutes to meet up when you're in Seattle for STP.

curtcon said...

Welcome back, JBelle:-)...I'mah make ah da bedah for youah. I'mah no dooah the clothesah tho.

Didn't know I could speak fluent Somerville, MA Eyetalin, didja?

jb3ll3 said...

Curt, Your Irish Italian is astonishing! And I can follow every word, too! :) How did you know that making the bed is bothersome for me?! Folks, you honestly know what the hardest part of international travel is these days? Quite revealing, actually. NO need to pay Wendo and her homies 175$/hr they quite handsomely deserve for insight into this. Hardest damn thing to live with/without is Google deprivation. No kidding.

Thank you, thank you, thank you for the welcome back. You guys are the freaking schizzie. Big wet, hot, sloopy kisses for all. As many as you want, too! :) And I am headed to Seattle this weekend for the ride, although I don't know what the details are as Mike the Bike Stud has not given me my riding orders yet. It's going to be ugly out there folks; lost wind and strength. Gelato and pizza; how can that not be a training diet? And I did have some black pasta, squid pasta, that was the most amazing thing, vegetable, that I have ever put in my mouth. God, that was a great night.

green libertarian said...

Who are you implying are incorrigible, Cyn? Harrumph! (g,d,r)

Cis said...

See you are back and in rare form as always...

jb3ll3 said...

Rare, that's me!

stebbijo said...

What a gorgeous life! I could live there -- and without the internet and a wireless phone. I would be right at home with a place that did not sell bottled water -- or do they?

jb3ll3 said...

hi Stebbijo! Virtually all the water in Europe is bottled--always has been. The US, which has always had clean drinking water,decided to be European 10 years ago. Form over substance. I need to update links and I don't I have your new one; can I still go to the old and get patched through?