Home, Sweet Home!
I’m back from Palma de Mallorca after a wonderful and sunny! girls’ weekend. The weather was amazing, for the most part, and certainly better than my husband tells me that they had here in Yorkshire over the weekend.
I hardly know where to start this post, as there’s so much to share about the weekend!
We did do a bit of sightseeing, and of that, the highlight was La Catedral de Palma. The cathedral was beautiful. My friend Meg and I didn’t go in, but the other girls tell me that it was gorgeous, even if it was a bit pricey at €4.
I adored just looking down all of the Spanish streets for the few hours we spent in Palma. They were exactly like I’d imagined–picturesque.
Other than sightseeing, the girls and I spent a great deal of time by the poolside relaxing. Of course, for me that meant that I was often seen knitting (if for no other reason than to give my non-knitting companions a chuckle!).
I did make some pretty hefty progress on my sock, though I learned that even without children and chores, when Sangria is involved I still can’t knit a sock in a weekend!
So, when all was said and done, the weekend was a huge success. I loved international travel so much more than I expected. I loved the time with friends. I loved seeing the Balearic Islands of Spain. I missed my husband and children, but have arrived home a better wife and mommy because of the trip.
Oh, and I love cappucino.