I’m back from China! I planned to blog my trip. But, had a rude awakening when I realized that Blogger, WordPress, Flickr, Youtube, Twitter, Twitpics and Facebook are ALL blocked by the Great Firewall of China. DOH!
I have lots to tell you and more photos than I can post. I fabric shopped, I had dresses made, I bought loaaaads of notions, met up with new internet friends, visited a Chinese medicine doctor, sightsaw and had some truly amazing food plus much much more. I’ve got tomorrow off and plan on organizing my thoughts into some posts.
Until then, there is NO PLACE LIKE HOME!
You are wearing an awesome dress in this photo.
Gorgeous dress! I can’t wait to see everything else.
Welcome back! I agree: 1) there is no place like home and 2) that is a great dress that you are wearing. I’m looking forward to hearing about your experience.
Glad you had a good time. I love the dress you are wearing.
What are you wearing?! It looks great (and I want one too!)
Love that dress too. Looking forward to hearing about the experience. Welcome home!
I’m so glad that you are home safe and sound and have adventures to share! I’ll be right here waiting to hear all about them!
Welcome back!!! Can’t wait to hear the details of your trip. Lovely dress in the pic BTW!
Must. Have. That. Dress! *drool* Welcome back home, rest up and we’ll ‘see’ you soon! 🙂
Love the dress. Did you have it handmade there? Can’t wait to read more 🙂
I can’t wait to hear about your trip.
Wow your dress is gorgeous!! It’s nice to visit other places but that’s when you realize it’s no place like home 🙂
I read all the comments hoping that you would have chimed in with where that gorgeous dress you were wearing came from! I know you will tell us eventually. Can’t wait to hear about your adventures.
Oh, yes! I had it made there. I have to take pictures of them tonight on my dressform and will post soon.
That’s funny, cos I have just come back from Hong Kong (part of China) and had no trouble with Facebook and Youtube. Different rules for different parts of the country? Anyway, I am sure it gave you more time to just enjoy.
Yep. That’s why Google moved their servers to HK since they couldn’t reach an agreement with the Chinese national government. I guess HK has looser rules since they weren’t turned over by the UK to the Chinese until 97. It definitely gave me more time to enjoy. I was only sad about it when I woke up at 3:00 AM wide awake and totally jet lagged! Actually, that reminded me of Australia, LOL.
Welcome back, really enjoying all your posts so far!
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