We had a great vacation---enjoyed the warm or should I say hot weather in the Cayman's. The water was beautiful as were the beaches---and oh my---what great food! My favorite thing I ate was Naked Wahoo and mushroom bites at the Sunshine Grill---so incredibly delicious. I mostly had fish--- snapper, grouper, tuna...oh my!
I did run in a 2 mile race on Saturday morning benefitting the local Catholic school----small race of about 90 people. I came in 11th and was the second female to finish so I was very pleased---18:56. thankfully it was at 7 AM so it wasn't too hot, but I was still sweating---very humid!
My hubby went scuba diving every morning---so we were up early. I went snorkeling several times and that was fun. We also went on a nighttime catamaran sailing---was a perfect night with millions of stars!
When I got home I quickly got myself back in the swing of things by spending two full days in the dye pots---and started packing for my first workshop of the year in Baton Rouge LA. The Lenexa hook-in is at the end of February so it will be here before long. In March I will be teaching at Yellow Rose in Texas and looking forward to my return trip there. April brings a new hook-in in the St. Louis area where I will be vending and in May I will be teaching in Birmingham AL. June brings me to my last of my three years teaching at Caraway in North Carolina.
Tomorrow and Wednesday my home classes start back---yeah! It will be good to see everyone! Thursday I am teaching a class at my shop in Greenwood---a busy week!
this colorful guy roamed the grounds in front of the hotel---great visual for hooking a rooster!
Hubby getting ready to go in for his dive at the Kittiwake shipwreck site
Here is our group on the catamaran---a fun group we were!
Okay time to go get busy---have a great day!