Different Women in The City Different

Snow showers are in my weekend forecast ... two of my friends and I are headed to Santa Fe for a few days of shopping, eating, drinking, art gazing, and sightseeing. Hilarity and mayhem are also expected as we storm the City Different in search of whatever we can find! This trip is my 25th anniversary gift from my loving and thoughtful spouse, who knew how disappointed I was in October when we were there for a wedding and I wasn't able to visit my favorite haunts (High Country Gardens, here I come!). Thank you, Essence Man ... here's to the next 25 years!

Meanwhile, The Head Gardener wishes everyone a Happy New Year and hopes that all your souvenirs of 2009 will be as lovely as this one!


Carol said…
We expect a full report and lots of garden pictures! Have a safe trip.

Carol, May Dreams Gardens
Katie said…
I am green with envy because you get to go to HCG! Have a wonderful trip and take lots of pictures!
Have a wonderful, safe trip Cindy! Bring back pictures of snow!
Gail said…
I hope you're having a fantastic time...sighing over the visit to High Country gardens! gail
Anonymous said…
Happy New Year! Hope you have an awesome time!
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Annie in Austin said…
Hi Cindy - had to go look up "The City Different" before commenting. Sounds like a fun trip to a very interesting place! I noticed native American jewelry coming up on the search- guess it's a good place to shop when celebrating a Silver Anniversary ;-]

Annie at the Transplantable Rose
Hope you had a wonderful time, Cindy. When you get a chance, we'd love to see photos of High Country Gardens. I've always wanted to visit.~~Dee
Thanks, y'all, for your comments! The trip was everything I'd hoped for and more, with the exception of the visit to High Country Gardens. We found the gates closed and a notice posted that they were on winter break until January 6th. Their display gardens were covered in snow, so I wouldn't have had much to show y'all anyway. Next time!