No one realizes how beautiful it is to travel until he comes home and rests his head on his old, familiar pillow.
Lyn Yutang (1895-1976) writer and editor
the mouse was off on another wander - this time to sunny, summery texas -- the calendar might have said it was autumn, but to this northerner, it sure felt like summer! we had a great time; when there's time, perhaps I'll rattle on about some of the highlights of the trip. unfortunately, today's not the day, as it's time to pay the piper and play catch up on all the work and projects that have been neglected.
with everything going on this month, september appears to have tied may's record low for blogging - it might be time time to roll out a monthly theme for october if only to help me get back into the groove!
along with missing an entire week of posting (and reading others blogs - sorry) I missed my weekly wall wednesday post - even though it's thursday, I'm pretending it's wednesday and putting up a pic of one of the many walls I snapped this past week.
the mural above is one of the many 'sanctioned' wall murals encountered in austin. lots of little hidden gems of austin and texas can be found in the mural!
carol king singing home again, the song first appeared on her 1971 classic album tapestry. did you know that king's album was in the number one position for a 15 consecutive weeks, which at the time was the longest a female artist topped the chart!