Friday, October 26, 2007

Mish and mash

Guess whose RV is parked in my driveway this weekend? More on that later. :)

Some good reads:

Wisdom from a mother of 9. Comes just when I need it.

Looks like my friend Courtney is getting closer to her China babe. Yippee!

Golightly Place: Walks was a wonderful read this week.

Have a great weekend, everyone. See you next week.

6 comments:

payton said...

Andrea-
I am such a lurker but since two of the bloggers I read the most are in the same place I decided to say hi. I think it is so awesome that you are spending time with Sara and her family! Please tell everyone I said hello. Thanks for leaving me my first comment. Betsy has said we are a lot alike in our need to be at home and not "busy" so I totally understand your need for rest last week. Have a great weekend!
Payton

Roberta said...

Just had to guess..the blogger from Walk slowly, live wildly?

Ann V.@HolyExperience said...

And you. A beautiful weekend to you, too, Andrea.
And I agree: this *is* a special place. Thank you for inviting us to share it with you.
Blessings, my friend...
Ann

Ann Kroeker said...

NO WAY!

(I use caps and exclamation points sparingly, saving them only for truly astonishing moments.)

Wow...the veggie-mobile parked in your very own driveway?

I'm dreadfully jealous. Not so much of the innovatively fueled RV that I'd like to admire (and smell, and learn all about in order to convince my doubtful spouse), but of the innovatively living people dwelling within.

Sharing hospitality. You certainly are a lovely lady, Andrea.

Can we come set up our pop-up in your driveway sometime and hang out, too? We aren't so very crunchy, but I'll bet our kids would have a blast (I know I would with you!).

Lindsey @ Enjoythejourney said...

WOW! I love Sara's blogs. I think she's coming to NC in my neck of the woods in November. Maybe I can meet up with her then! :)

I'm excited to hear details of the visit.

L.L. Barkat said...

What fun it was to actually STEP INTO that RV last night. Thanks for your hospitality. I felt completely enlivened when I came home and put away the last of the casserole, and wiped the last outstanding dish.