Hello hello, my loves! How have you been?
Did you have lovely days while I was gone?
I truly hope so.
You deserve every happiness.
I've missed you!
I have finally adjusted to being home.
Last night I went upstairs to rest before dinner.
I was feeling a little bedraggled, to say the least.
That was at 6:30 p.m.
I didn't wake up until 5:30 this morning.
I don't sleep well in hotels.
Not well at all.
As a result, I was completely exhausted from all the
fun and games and excitement
of our Vegas getaway.
We all had a fabulous time.
I am also very happy to be home.
I love being home.
Perhaps that's why Ron teases me with
the nickname of The Molewoman.
Here are some of the photos from our trip.
I did take my camera, but ended up taking
all the photos with my phone.
Anyway, I hope you enjoy these little snippets!
Two views, in different directions, from the pedestrian bridges.
The view from our hotel room window.
Boys will be boys. These two happen to be my boys.
Yes. We played tourist and stopped by THE pawn shop.
You know, the Pawn Stars shop.
The boy bought a "Chumlee for President" T-shirt.
Only in Vegas do you see Superman and Gene Simmons
walking amongst the pedestrians.
These crystal "curtains" at The Cosmopolitan were so stunning.
The photos don't do them justice.
The Statue of Liberty covered in Jelly Bellies.
I know my darling brother will appreciate this one. *wink*
We went to an amazing car show.
These were my two favorites.
We saw Gladys Knight.
She was absolutely fabulous.
I know this isn't a good photo.
Gladys is on the left of this pic.
Her show was my favorite thing of the entire trip.
Her last song?
Midnight Train to Georgia. YESSS!
We saw David Copperfield.
He was amazing.
He made a turquoise Lincoln Continental appear
out of thin air.
Can you see it in the center?
I cannot figure out how he did it...
I guess that's why he gets the Big Bucks.
Also, he was extremely funny.
And in the end.
We did GET MADE.
During which we GOT WHACKED.
It wasn't pretty.
This particular show was interactive.
They gave us each a "mob name".
Ron was Joe Batters.
The boy was Lupo the Wolf.
Wait for it...
I was The Animal.
On a different note,
I will begin listing some of the new
Spring/Summer Fringe Collection
before this week is out.
I hope you will check back to see
my new Fringe loves....
Here's another little bit of a peek.
You may have had the impression that
I have been working with only
bright, vibrant colors.
I've been working with some delicious fiber.
In dreamy, gentle colors.
So stay tuned.
You'll see the beginning of
the emergence this week, dear friends.
Thank you so much for visiting!
Thank you for being you...