Oh, so sorry..,black ice can be a nemesis in our neck of the woods also. You will be very missed!xo J~
just goes to show that coolness has its beginnings. ick! watch out for that black ice.
Oh, I am so sorry - what a disappointment.
My mom always called me Sarah Bernhardt, due to a propensity for the dramatic. So, let's take that as a shared point. OK?
Now that is a great Lady Macbeth if I have ever seen one!
Love that photograph. There's no driving on that ice. I have 4WD and still won't even attempt it. Although, I've never been accused of being a thrill seeker either. That may have something to do with my reluctance.
Dear Gaye, I am so sorry. How disappointing for you. I would have been a wreck, with all preparations and then that. Have a double cocktail and know from all of us in blogland, you would have been a smash. Again sorry!
So disappointed you weren't able to make it, I was especially looking forward to meet you! Stupid black ice. It was a very quick trip to the land of sunshine and palm trees but even that was welcome after 6 weeks of frigid temps here in DC! Next time!!
I have linked Stefan's post about his day in my title black and here is the link- http://architectdesign.blogspot.com/2011/01/dcota-winter-market.htmlI love his blog- Architect Design. Gaye
such sadness when i saw this. then i immediately thought: maybe if she had to miss florida, california might be just a smidge closer? come out, dear gaye, and we will find ribbons at bell'occhio that would lift the foulest mood Sarah's lady M might ever find herself in. good shiny black ribbons. or, better yet, honeysuckle. yes. honeysuckle, don't you think?truth be told, i am glad you are safe and didn't chance the demon ice. ('tho i wish it had never come round...)
I do so hate to be ready to travel and then get stopped. I have it on good authority, you were missed.
yes, boo hoo.Victoria, I should so do that and would love to. black ribbon always come in handy, though I am particularly thinking about lilac and lavender these days.LPC- same accusations flew at my house!