I need a vacation from my vacation!

We’re slowly crawling back into our lives here in Taos after a mad rush of holiday fun on the east coast.  On our list?  A 2 hr. delay on our flight, a 2am arrival to my childhood home in PA, an overnight bus trip to NYC, A visit with newborn Emmelyn Noel, Rockefeller Center, FAO Schwartz, another newborn visit with Virginia Reed, Christmas Eve at my future bro and sis’s place in Phoenixville, PA, Christmas Day with my Aunt in New Jersey complete with Skype calls to California and South Africa, Holiday parties with both sides of Ned’s parents’ families, and an early rush to the airport to head back to Taos!  That was about as condensed as I could make it, and I’m sure that was an easy one relative to what so many of us go through to check in with our loved ones over the holidays.

Even on our arrival it was go time with friends and settling in at home.  Our amazing <a title="Skiing the Southwest" href="http://www pfizer viagra 100mg preis.claycowgirls.com/2014/01/skiing-the-southwest/”>ski hill beckoned and we got a couple more days logged on our ski passes, not to mention a hike down into the gorge on a snowy trail to the Rio Grande River.

As I sit in my studio after 5 days of being back in Taos, I wonder what I’ve accomplished here?  Not a whole lot.  My Etsy store is back up and running but nothing new added since before the holidays, wedding plans are under way, and the pre-Christmas packing storm is mostly tucked away.  I’ve got teapots drying on the table and visions of mugs dancing in my head.

Looking forward to this New Year and wishing everyone health and happiness for 2015!live streaming film Split