Monday, February 4, 2008

A Postcard from Slovenia; Looking Toward Croatia

I thought I'd send a postcard from our summer trip to Slovenia. We
stood on the Slovenian border near Piran and looked toward Croatia. I
wanted to go, but Biker Buddy was worried. He was afraid of violence.
AK! There wasn't any violence. I was really disappointed.

Back at home, we are having a "wintry mix," but is supposed to turn to
all rain later and will probably melt all our snow. I wish you
sunshine on a cloudy day. Warmth in your heart if not in the air.

7 comments:

Rosita said...

Hello,

First of all - really lovely blog! I am writing to you because Joy of Norwich Daily Photo said you will be able to help. How ? Would you be interested to prepare a post with photos and tell how you are celebrating St. Valentines day in Australia? We would upload your post on the Young Voices website: ww.youngvoicesproject.org.uk
Also we will create a link to your photo blog from our web.

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Regards,

Rosita
Young Voices
Norwich Mind

Erin said...

I would've wanted to go to Croatia too!

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Croatia looks very beautiful. I would have liked to have seen it. It's islands are supposed to be a premier vacation spot. Lovely.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Thanks so much Erin and Rosita!

I appreciate the invitation to write about valentine's day and would be happy to do that as long as you still want me to once I tell you that I am NOT young and do not live in Australia. I live in Detroit, Michigan, USA.

Anonymous said...

It does look beautiful, so lush and green betwixt!

Clarice said...

I thought people went on holiday to Croatia now....

Are there bandits??

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Oh, people do go on Holiday there! But BB has a LONG memory. And he holds on like a bull dogs to old fears, sometimes.

It is lovely there. From what I could see and what I've heard.