Saturday, October 30, 2010

Home Again, Home Again!

Lovely to be home again after several days on the road! I had a fine time and met some lovely people.

But, virtually speaking, I'm gone again. My post for today is over at Jenny Milchman's blog Suspense Your Disbelief -- where I ask the pressing question "Are we each awaiting the coming of a heavenly messenger, naming us The Grand Hooyah and Master of the Universe??

Jenny calls this post a "Made it Moment" and asked me when I knew I'd made it. To which I replied- but you can see what I said over there
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14 comments:

Victoria said...

Glad you're back, Vicki. I'll check out your answer tomorrow...I'm off to bed now.

Oh, almost forgot to say, your header photo is BEAUTIFUL!

jennyfreckles said...

I'm always interested in precisely where it is that, on my way home, I feel I've actually arrived home. Maybe for you it's that lovely stretch of road in your photo - what a homecoming!

Pat in east TN said...

Welcome home!

Brian Miller said...

nice. hope you had fun on your trip...heading over now...

Hélène GLEHEN said...

Bonjour Vicky,
This is a nice photo of a autumnal tree-lined road. I like it and I like also very much your barn.
I hope the sales of your book give you satisfaction.

Have a nice weekend

♥ Hélène Glehen - a French artist, fond of roses and romantic stuff ♥

Bouncin' Barb said...

Wow, you are a busy lady. That's great. Love that pic of the fireworks.

Reader Wil said...

Great that you are home again! Do you go in for Halloween? I haven't seen any signs that it is celebrated overhere!! I think everybody is waiting for 5th December ( St. Nicholas'Eve).

Kaye Barley said...

Home is always the nicest place to be, isn't it? Welcome back!

Loved your piece at Jenny's blog.

Vicki Lane said...

Thanks, Victoria! You've had some great sunsets posted!

Jenny -- That's definitely one of the spots! Less than two miles from my driveway -- I always feel that if the car quit on me I could get home anyway -- even in the dark. Another magic moment is the first sighting of the mountains.when I've been in the flatlands.

Thanks, Pat and Brian and Helene and Barb!

Wil -- now that our boys are grown, we don't do anything for Halloween. We are too far off the road for trick-or-treaters to knock at our door so it passes pretty much unnoticed around our house.

Thanks, Kaye! (How many days to retirement now?)

J_on_tour@jayzspaze said...

Great firework picture

maría cecilia said...

I think you made it!!! Perhaps when your first book was published...
cariños

gayle said...

So sorry I couldn't make it when you were in Cary! I really wanted to meet you!!

gayle said...

So sorry I couldn't make it when you were in Cary! I really wanted to meet you!!

Vicki Lane said...

Not my picture of firework, alas, but from the internet, J...

It's felt like I made it several times, Maria Cecilia ... but there's always another goal/

Maybe another time, Gayle!