Once again, Cape May was wonderful. I love the shore during the off-season months…it’s lovely and melancholy, and more peaceful than any other place I can imagine.
Now I’m returning to the daily “grind” (that’s a bit of an overstatement), trying to catch up and get back into the swing of things. So until I can post “for real” (I’m a perfectionist and refuse to put up a half-assed blog entry), I’ll leave you with this…
After 10 days of dealing with the cold from Hell (it’s going around D.C.), followed by two days of rushing around to finish everything we couldn’t do while we were sick, Chris and I are finally getting ready to leave for our annual trek to Cape May, where we always stay at the WONDERFUL Albert Stevens Inn…
I’ll be gone for a week, and won’t have computer access. But you can rest assured I’ll be knitting and knitting and knitting (socks, of course, since it’s Socktoberfest) time. Doing lots of reading (I’m into Elizabeth George these days). And, of course, buying yarn!
Oh, and we’ll be EATING! Lenanne cooks up the most amazing breakfasts in the world…we’re always stuffed until dinner time, at which point her husband, Jim, gives us the low-down on all the best restaurants in town, from good cheap eats to pricey gourmet chow :-)
When I come back, I’ll post some more pictures on my flickr page (to see last year’s photos, click here).
Have a wonderful week!