Like The Queen
Whatever happens to strike my fancy, but surely some sort of fiber content.


Can identify w/the "Ekk a dust bunny! Let's vacuum!" tho'ts. NG - wow, how exciting for BD.
Adore your list from your MAFA experience - so glad you had time w/S & J - they're so special. You have taught me that a day off after a week-end of bliss is vital to one's sanity & helps the joy to continue for one more day.
Look forward to your photos.

By Blogger Martha, at 12:11 PM  

NG?! Wow! My DH subscribes...let me know what issue Mr. J. is s'posed to be in, and I'll keep a watch for the article.

As for housekeeping, DearHeart, have you forgotten the FLYlady motto: "You can do anything for 15 minutes"?!

Take care of yerself, eh?

P.S. Someday I wanna get to your part of the world and go to MAFA and all those wonderful places!

By Blogger Margaret, at 1:13 PM  

NG indeed - and he's already been quoted in the June 2005 issue - on the history page about Capt. John Smith. This is TEE VEE. They'll air the show in about 6 months and then it'll be available on video and dvd. He called an hour or so ago and told me they insisted on filming right on the river bank and kept covering his face with powder. We get complimentary copies - can't wait!

By Blogger Bess, at 5:09 PM  

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Tuesday, July 19, 2005  

Back at the job - reluctantly so, since as I was leaving a film crew from National Geographic drove up; 2 vans and 4 people who look like the rough-it, intrepid type, to interview Mr. Jamestown. BD had told me on the phone Saturday night that they were coming and I had shrieked out that I’d never get the house clean enough. Innocent that he is, he didn’t understand what that had to do with anything but I was up at 5 with the vacuum going this morning. It is suitably rustic looking, now, though still not as nice it would be outside the mold&mildew season. But hey – they’re National Geographic. If they can’t take rustic, who can?

I’ll snap up the last of the pictures on the disposable camera I took to MAFA and get them to the one hour folk late today. Try to get my post about the weekend up late tomorrow. But for a report now – with photos - check out J’s blog.

posted by Bess | 10:24 AM