It was great to get home today to my little island, even if the wind gusts were up to 50 mph on the boat ride home. At least they didn’t cancel the boat. Tomorrow some unpacking and catching up with all of those things I set aside while getting ready for the New York and Connecticut trip. Things like making crab apple jelly and paying bills! Thank you so much to my hostesses Jannie and Nora. Your homes are beautiful and you were so gracious to let me have my jewelry sales there. Thank you also to my BFF Susie, for everything. You are the best of the best.
I am one lucky lady. Though lobster fishing continues to be slow and depressing, my wonderful husband Bruce calmed himself by cleaning the house to surprise me when I got home. He even dusted and washed the kitchen floor!
I’m happy to be back in Rye. Susie and I set up jewelry at Jannie’s this afternoon I’m lucky to have good friends. Hope to see many of my old/new friends tomorrow!
I’ve posted some of the jewelry that I’ll be bringing to Rye and Greenwich on the Gallery page. More photos to come later in the week. Again, the dates for the trunk shows are Tuesday, Nov. 11 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the home of Jannie Gerrish in Rye; and Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the home of Nora Leary in Greenwich.
Here on Islesford, the leaves are off the trees and it is starting to get cold. However, Joy, Barb, Stefanie and Cindy have all completed their October Dip of the Month! The ocean water temperature is now around 50 degrees. Looks like this might be a life sport for us. We have all been running into the ocean at least once a month for 6 years. That’s 72 consecutive months. Love that “spa effect.”