Saturday, August 18, 2007

Home From the Volcanic Rock

The interior of Mexico
consists of a mass of volcanic rocks,
thrust up to a great height above the sea-level.
-Edward Burnett Tylor

Oh but they are beautiful volcanic rocks- those crumbly heaps of stone that rush up into the sky. I spent my week among mountains dotted with trees and dusted with clouds.

Can't wait to show you all about it.

But for now, I'll rest. Glad to be home. So glad.


Anonymous said...

finallllyyyy!!! :-> connie

betty r said...

Missed you and welcome back, Brin! Love the photos and am waiting to see more and hear all about your trip to Mexico.
Rest well my friend...

Brambleberry said...

Such beautiful photos! Looking forward to hearing all about it.

Adrienne said...

Brin -
Glad you are home safely. I missed you! What gorgeous pictures. I can't wait to hear all about it.

Penless Thoughts said...

Beautiful pictures.

countryheart said...

Love your blogspot. Happy you got some down time. Hope to meet you at Jolene's some time soon. You both have too many great recipes to have only one lunch! lets make it more!

Beach Girl said...

Hatteras Hello!

Those are beautiful pictures; can't wait to see more.

I actually posted at Yahweh's Retreat today and wanted to stop in to visit.


Lindy said...

Welcome home, Brin! Looks like you had a great time!

Hope you're getting lots of rest.

Lindy :)

Sue said...

Whew, that was a long week without my daily fix of Freeman House, so happy your home, welcome back!! Can't wait to hear the stories that go with those awesome photos! Hope you got the rest you needed, besure to stop by my blog and pick up another award! Hugs!!

Lallee said...

Can't wait to see more pictures. I hope you had a fun time.

I've been hoping and praying you weren't part of the massive rain Texas has had from the storm. Praying Dean will stay away next! I hate to see anyone get hit by it.

Barbara said...

Hi! Lindy
Thanks for visiting me. Your photos of Mexico are gorgious.

fairmaiden said...

~Welcome home~
Peaceful rest to you... no rush, take the time to let it all sink in, all the 'beauty of the Lord' you beheld. May the Holy Spirit refresh you from a long adventurous journey. Bless you<><