Saturday, August 29, 2009

Book Club Bliss.

'Tis that time of the year (again) when the annual migration of avid readers descends out of the clouds and into the bliss that is the cabin at Poli-Poli.

Nancy to Sharon, "honestly-it was this big"!

The evening light at the cabin was ridiculously gorgeous. Not having seen each other for a few months as women do, we clucked and hugged, convened around the BBQ catching up on each others journey..... so far and fully appreciating our surroundings.

I'd say gratitude was the common feeling among us as we nestled in to our electric free cabin life. We had nutritious and alcoholic provisions for days and like a well trained regiment, we all got on with what had to be done, chipping in, doing our part and allowing the gathering to naturally unfold.

Bloody hell girls, it doesn't get much better than this. Oh wait......there was the satellite and shooting star watching, 'Thriller' at dinner dancing and enough laughter to sustain everyone until our October meeting.

The walking stick.....

All feeling rather pleased with ourselves having just picked this upcoming sessions books. It'll be out little way of helping the economy, Amazon here we come!


Anonymous said...

Cannot remember how long you girls have been together but you're a good looking bunch :-)

The "forest" picture looks so autumnal - we're just starting to lose leaves over here in England but, thankfully, when we do have the sun there's still a little warmth. Better pack your longjohns for your visit Sharon.

Mater x

Tulsa Gentleman said...

You are a great looking bunch, and enjoying yourselves and each other. How wonderful to be in a beautiful cabin above the clouds with your friends. Girl, you know how to live.

Anonymous said...

Picture #4 is amazing, Sharon!

Hope to see you before I leave on Sunday!!!


Anonymous said...

I was going to ask about that - did it get a little "help" in its arrangement?

Mater x

P.S. I've got a lovely verification word which ought to be in the dictionary "YEREMP" - something Billy Bunter might say perhaps as a change from Yaroo? Have I lost you with that comment?

MChumbie said...

Looks like you all had a great time above the clouds.
Anne: I think I may be the only one of the right vintage to appreciate the Billy Bunter comment. He was a truly annoying little Bunter.

Anonymous said...

I did wonder when I wrote it but just knew you would understand:-)