Sunday, August 29, 2010

JIGGITY JIG






We're home again---sunbrowned and Faired out, glad to get into the shower and comfy cottons after our two days in the Kentucky Sunshine. I've a crick in my neck from LOOKING LEFT as most of those 3000 bike riders passed us, and I think I've invented a new ailment---surely this stiffness in my right wrist must be Cowbell Tunnel Syndrome.



Lovely weekend, lovely friends---too much to tell, so Moire non,


Rachel

5 comments:

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Ahhhh...so that is what I have from blogging so much lately..."cowbell tunnel"..I was..wondering..
:)
3000 bikes? Are you kidding?! LOL

Southern Lady said...

I'm glad to hear you enjoyed your weekend. Can't wait to hear your "too much to tell" stories!

Jeanne said...

I have missed you Rachel. I just caught up on the stories I have missed. I can't wait until the next ones. Forgive me for being MIA but the yard and the weeds have been calling my name. Hours in the yard daily sure did cut into my visiting. I am almost done. I will post it tomorrow.

I'm glad you are home and that you had a lovely time.
Hugs, Jeanne

Marjorie (Molly) Smith said...

What a great tour of the Fair, Our State Fair is in Oct and I am really looking forward to it. This year I will be in good enough shape knee wise and weight wise to walk all over it for the first time in 10 yrs. And I'm going to make sure I take my camera with me...
Molly

racheld said...

It's always SO good to hear from Y'all!!! Everyone is so busy nowadays, with Summer chores and trips and family doings---we've all been a little bit out of pocket (and if GrandChildren and souvenirs are involved, OUT OF POCKET is the word!)

I miss all of you when you don't post on your blogs or chime in here for a few days---it's like neighbors that you don't see come and go for a while, when you're used to seeing them as they come and go and talk over the fence.

Molly, I don't know about a STATE Fair---the Neshoba County one was always fun, though they seemed to all be like family, living in thsir cabins and tents and campers, and we were from "OFF" but enjoyed it greatly. Where's the State Fair? Jackson?

I hope you just walk the soles off your shoes---you CAN, at a Fair, and still not see it all.