A good French wish for you this morning! I fell in love with this sign immediately and I did not find it in France. Found it in a delightful little gift shop in Philipsburg, Montana, where my friend Chris works. Go check out her blog. The sign is stenciled on old tin that was so prevalent on the ceilings out West.
First of all, we did not go to the Bahamas for our anniversary. That was my mistake for not taking care with my writing. I had placed that phrase under our wedding picture. We went to the Bahamas on our honeymoon so long ago. Not this year.
After spending a month in a travel trailer, which I truly loved, we are now in the cabin we have been renting for the last 5 years. It is definitely roomier, but we are a little higher in altitude and it still gets cold here in the night. One morning this week we woke up 37 degrees. We do have a furnace, space heater and fireplace, so it is easier to keep warm than in the trailer.
The Trout goes fishing every day and I am catching up on my reading and we do have satellite TV. Actually, the first TV we have watched since we left Florida in mid-May. I kind of stick to HGTV and the Food Channel. Everything else does not seem worth my time. We are now on Broadband Internet connection, so I have to watch my time on the computer. It goes by quickly when there are so many blogs to read.
Doing a little knitting, a little baking and cooking, but mostly the Trout grills so there is not too much to write home about. I am not saying he does not grill as an expert; just saying it is simple but good grilled food. This will be home until early October when we start heading east and then south. We really do enjoy getting out of the Florida heat in the summer. I only wish we did not have to drive so far. In the planning stages of trying to make the trip a little easier for us.