18 April 2010

Stuck in the South of France...

But truly, can one really be "stuck" somewhere this fabulous???

Ran my first EVER 12k race today - OUTSTANDING!!!

So incredibly in love with Toulouse and everything about it, I can only imagine how sad I will be to leave when this volcano decides it has done enough damage...

Endless photos to share as soon as I am home. Off to the vide grenier now in the beautiful sunshine!!!

(I am even getting the hang of the french keyboard!)

Miss you all - much love-
xx

36 comments:

Maison Douce said...

We can't wait to hear (and see!) more about it!! Have a safe trip home! Big hug!
Isabel

House and Garden Boutique said...

That's a nice place to be stranded in.....have a fun weekend and safe trip home.

J. said...

Well, if you have to be stuck somewhere, I cant think of a better place in the world! Enjoy your stay!

Chez Zizi said...

If you have be stuck anywhere I guess that is the place to be. Enjoy! Can't wait to see and hear all about it when you return.
Zizette

Laura PARING DOWN said...

What an amazing place to be "stuck." Can't wait to see those photos of France in the spring!

1 Funky Woman said...

Boy if you have to be stuck anywhere, you certainly picked the best place! Congrats on your 12K!
Hope your money doesn't run out before you can return home, LOL! So glad you are having a fabulous time!

Blondie's Journal said...

How lucky you are. Definitely NOT stuck!

xoxo
Jane

Julie said...

Well, if you're going to be stuck somewhere in this world, I think the south of France would be my top pick, too! Nicely done!

Hope you continue to have a glorious time!

Lori said...

I have been following your journey on Facebook and think of you often. There could be worse places to be stuck my friend and I know you are having a fabulous time. Will keep my fingers crossed that things will be back to *normal* when it is time to depart.... Hugs & Love my friend.

vintage French Hen said...

Congratulations on your 12k!! That is fantastic to accomplish that.
I love the south of France, I went there once and would love to revisit! Have a wonderful time...Marcia

Privet and Holly said...

Consider the alternative places you could be and just enjoy, enjoy, enjoy {for the rest of us, please}!!! Looking forward to beautiful pictures of April in Paris and the rest of your journey. xx P&H

paige said...

yay for you!
can't wait to see your images
xo

Alicia said...

Yeehaa to the your race!!! Like I said yesterday..hard to garner any pity for you in your perfect locale...but I know getting back to the family is on your mind so that will get a sigh. Seriously have fun with Kasey & hopefully the volcano will give Eurpoe a rest soon.

Dianna said...

Looking forward to the pictures and all that goes with it.

lisa golightly said...

How cool running a 5k in the South of France ! Bravo to you ! I am waiting with bated breath for all the pictures ! xoxo lisa

Lovely Little Nest said...

haha yeah, definitely a great place to be "stuck"!

Congrats on the race!! :)

A-M said...

I knew there'd be some little blogger surface to say "I'm stuck".. with this awful volcano situation. So pleased you are not stuck, unwashed and hungry on the floor of an airport somehwere! A-m xx

A Vintage Diva said...

we miss miss miss you and your post!!!!! Here's to a safe return!

Gaia said...

I can't wait for your pics... oh That volcano!!! it's seems that everybody is stuck somewhere!

I've received the pics. I'm still looking for the perfect place at home!

Have a safe trip back!

Ciara said...

We've been having the most stunning sunsets and I do wonder is that ol' Volcano responsible!

Hope you get in the air soon!

A Room For Everyone said...

Sounds absolutely wonderful! A 12km run?! You have my admiration..Rxx

natasha said...

Hm, it would be hard being stuck someplace but I have to admit that there are worse places to be stranded than the south of France ;)

Congrats on the 12k and have a safe trip home!

FrenchBlue said...

You lucky little ducky! Yep aren't those French keyboards a trip!?!? LOVE IT ALLLL ALL ALL!!! Get home safe and I miss you too and can't wait to see your photographs!!!!
XO

lisaroy said...

Well there are certainly worse places to be stuck! Enjoy your extra time there to soak it all in! : )

Florence said...

Have a safe trip home and I can't wait to see your photos. Florence

She Wore It Well said...

glad you're enjoying yourself, but i do hope the ash settles soon so the stranded ones can return to their loved ones

x

Debby said...

Where better to be stuck! Congrats on your race.
debby

robinbird said...

miss you too sweetheart! muwa!
XO have you brought back sexy yet??

hometown girl said...

looking forward to seeing your photos, congrats on your race! susan

Ange said...

Drat! How did you get access to a computer? I was sure I had kidnapped you and tied you to the silverware table at the brocante!! Now - just need to set off a few more volcanoes and you'll be mine for ever...( insert evil laugh here) ;-)

Don't worry about her everyone, I'll just feed her more wine and it'll all pass in a daze!

www.MaisonStGermain.com said...

Oh enjoy this special time in France:) What a gorgeous place to be 'stuck" lol. Have fun and can't wait to see tons of pictures.
~Debra
Blog: Capers of the vintage vixens

Dylana Suarez said...

Just came across your blog! It is lovely!

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paperbird said...

What an amazing place to be stuck- lucky girl you!

Donna said...

Safe travels! Can't wait to see all your pics! Hugs!

Kathy said...

I am so excited to finally hear from you, I've missed you and can't wait to hear all about it, safe flight (if you get one??)

Mélanie A. said...

Can't wait to see your pics.