Yeah, I’ve been spendin’ plenty of time at home this week– Atlanta is at a virtual standstill since we got 5 inches of snow and it’s been 3 days and the roads are still iced over! yikes!!!!

So I’ve been working like mad on my children’s book, gotta send it to an editor by next week- and also surfing the net (especially you-tube) a lot. I came across this video of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros-Home   I just love it!  I’ve been playing it over and over– I especially love the lyric  “Home is wherever I’m with you”  Watch it– Don’t you just LOVE it?????

So… while dancing around in my ‘jammies all day, i came across a link to this video– same song, different artists, and, I gotta tell ya, I think I even like this one better!!! Soooooo sweet!

Ohhhh… i feel soooo happy!!!! gonna dance all day in my jammies and comfy pink slippers!!! gonna drink hot cocoa and eat leftover pie.  gonna snuggle with my puppies and play this song over and over and over!

Pink slippers (and Chance)

On the last full day of out trip to Bhutan, we were fortunate to attend the Paro Tsechu, one of Bhutan’s most important festivals. The dances are performed by trained monks and laymen wearing costumes that depict the creatures that one can expect to meet after death. The festival was fascinating, but watching the thousands of local spectators was equally entertaining.

I took the video here, but with so many people in close quarters, taping was, well, it was what it was.

For more on our three-week trip to Bhutan, scroll down and/or start at the beginning of our trip.