Monday, August 4, 2008

I found my inner lazy



We took a road trip this weekend in search of our inner lazy. We stayed at a favorite historic inn.



And skipped-to-my-lou'ed on the porch.




Well, the girls skipped-to-my-lou'ed. Razor and I sat and watched.






We searched for quilt blocks all around the square and found other nostalgic sites along the way.








Of course we managed to find some good eats.




We did have a reason for traveling to our favorite lazy summer place.



And it involved me pedaling my wares.



But we definitely found our inner lazy.



-dana

20 comments:

sarah, rsm said...

Way to go ~ I hope you pedalled lots amid your lazy! :) And CAKE BATTER ICE CREAM? If I can't have the real batter, the ice cream is one of my favorites!!! :p

Kelsi said...

With our vacation a week away, your pictures of finding your "inner lazy" have inspired me. I was already starting to get excited ... now I can't hardly wait!!

anniesherbbasket said...

Great Pics! I always loved the inn! Hope you did well at the festival!

Sarah said...

Wow! What a wonderful trip! I, however, would not have gotten my butt out of those gorgeous rocking chairs on the lovely, lovely porch!

The Mommy said...

This looks like a wonderful trip! I love to travel, especially with my kiddos!

Lene said...

I could have found my lazy in those lovely rocking chairs!

It looks amazing.

susan said...

looks like you all had a lovely time and i hope you sold plenty of your wonder stuff. i think my favorite is the oatmeal/lavendar, i think it is. it smells sooooo good. of course, i dont leave in tub or else it would mush out and mark might use it and then he would be in danger of getting bit. yes, i am a bitter, cant help myself. we went camping this weekend. kind of scarry getting up off bed, since i cant really get on my knees but was able to pull off, now mark wants to go camping this weekend again at glidden lake. wonder if he would consider just one night instead of two....

Amy @ Park City Girl said...

That looks like a nice time! Glad you got to out and relax a bit, even if it was work. . . :)

Beckynsc said...

I hope you found some time for R&R between pedaling your wares! Looks like a relaxing place to be.

Anonymous said...

Dee from Tennessee


Great photos...very nice post!

Redcinamn said...

So humbling to know someone like you is my best friend. You are such an amazing person I hope you had a wonderful time.
~Renee

Artfulife said...

Looks like you guys had a fun weekend also. I am working on opening an Etsy store. Just have to get a few more things together. Thanks for stopping by and saying hello. It's always a pleasure.

Helz said...

Amaretto Cherry Chip & Skipping... Perfect Road Trip !

Angie said...

That looks like a wonderful inn. In the photo of one of your girls looking out the window, is that a chenille bed spread? I want one so bad! I absolutely love the old metal bed and are there hard wood floors and glass door knobs? I love places like that, they remind me of Great Granny's house.

bizzy mommy said...

sounds dreamy! and i love your photos , each and everyone of them!

Mrs. V said...

Dana,
You are just magic...your words, your photos and the music you put on your site just touches my soul. It is all magic and I look forward to being there to listen to the music, read your words and feel your thoughts and touch your photos with my eyes. I love it even more than checking my daughter's blog, but don't tell her. http://9monthcountdown.blogspot.com/ We're back from the beach.

MommytoA&J said...

amazing pics!!! Your pictures tell a story on their own - that is a place I'd love to visit!

Jodi-SugarPlumStitches.com said...

MMMMMMMMmmmmmmmmmmmmm!
Makes me want to just close my eyes and take in a nice big deep long breath! Your pics are BEAUTIFUL DANA!
Did I already ask you what camera you used? beautiful!

Tipper said...

What fun!! Surely Razor skipped to his lou too.

Mobius said...

Wow, that looked like the best place to stay for a mini vacation. I just connected to your blog from another one that's related to my world (foster parenting) and I have to say, I love your blog!! I'm marking it so I can come back when my little one goes for a nap. Your children are beautiful; you are truly blessed.