Thursday, April 8, 2010

Easter in the Cotswolds

I'm still here, despite my two week disappearance from the blogging world.

We've been busy. My good friend Sonja and her husband came to visit for 10 days. It was so much fun having them around and having an excuse to go do some sightseeing.

Since they left on Tuesday I have had my hands full taking care of two sick girls. It's only 8:30pm, but my bed is calling. I'm gearing up for another long night.

I'll post more photos from our travels, but for now, here's some pics of Easter. We spent it in the little town of Chipping Campden in the Cotswolds. It was a beautiful, quaint, English town - and full of all things English (rain, mud, old cemeteries, wind, cold, lots of green, castles, and an occasional glimpse of the sun).

cardons easter 2010


Jan said...

Love the pictures! Antalya looks SO tall!! (. . .and muddy . . .)

Sheridan said...

I was going to say the same as Jan! They really are great pics and Antalya really does look so tall. Can't wait to see more pics!