i’m home…

Azpost hey bloggers…  it sure is good to be able to show THIS postcard for a change – yes, i'm home!  what an adventure – so many wonderful memories continue to play through my mind about my travels to south africa.  they say a picture is worth a thousand words so i'm glad i took plenty.  i'm adjusting to the time changes no problem – i guess one of the benefits to being on the road so many days, my body doesn't have a clue what time it's supposed to be anyway!  getting everything unpacked, catching up on emails, boxes to be opened, and supply orders to get put away.  i'm only home until tomorrow morning though, and i head back down to phoenix early to teach at preview day for creative escape.  i'll be down there for the weekend, and then home for the next 2 weeks before heading back down to teach at scrapbooks etc. on may 23rd.  hey, at least i'm still in arizona so i can't complain – right?  things are hectic around the studio of course getting kits ready for the workshops and for cku-nashville happening the end of this month, but it's a good thing.  i'll get working on my south african movie(s) oh yes, i can't possibly fit it all into one – just as soon as i can, to share the visual chronicles of my amazing journey.  for now, it's just time to enjoy being home and take a breath…t!m

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263 Comments to “i’m home…”

  1. What a fabulous trip! I loved seeing the gal with her fuzzy gloves on! Ha! Mostly I loved seeing the animals. My favorites are the elephant and giraffes. Both seem to be such calm and elegant animals. Thank you for sharing your incredible experience with us!

  2. the pics were amazing! My fav had to be going to the top of the mountain. Reminded me of my own similar experience as a young man. Skiing with my best friend on top of a Big Mtn in Montana, skiing above the clouds and seeing the valley below. Something I have never seen again that was not so beautiful. It was also the experience of who I was with at the moment, that is forever etched in my memory. It was also as I call it my one defining “Brokeback Mtn Moment” in my life.

  3. Jean keller says:

    Lucky fellow! Am looking forward to seeing S. Africa reflected in your work.

  4. Sharon M. says:

    Wow! All I can say is you must have had a wonderful inspiring time! I love the animals in the safari park, the colors of the sky and just to have a glimmer of what it really looks like, thanks for sharing!

  5. Robin G says:

    I would love to view your videos but we are in the boondocks and only have dial-up available:( It takes f-o-r-e-v-e-r to load videos and IF it does successfully load, it only shows a few seconds of it at a time. I tend to just give up.
    I enjoy the text you write, though!!
    Robin G

  6. Linda says:

    Totally Awesome! Loved the kittens, even the big ones!
    EG CA

  7. Jenny W says:

    We watched the videos…the second one made us want to go to the musical “Lion King” again! The most impressive part was seeing you so close to the elephants. Very cool.

  8. merryredhed says:

    How lucky you are to be able to see those fabulous animals and drive right up to them. I’m sure it was the thrill of a lifetime. I would have loved to be able to play with the lion cubs, they looked just like big kitties. And I thought seeing a couple of bears exciting. You topped that!

  9. Irene says:

    I love the safari video. Watching these animals in their free state must have taken you to another level. The African music sends a quiver down my spine when I hear it….love it. But this is weird, what I enjoyed the most is the very beginning of your videos. Those numbers flickering takes me back to when I was 7 or 8 years old and we would sit in a dark room on long wooden seats and watch a “safety” film etc at school. Oh those were the days.
    Cheers, Irene 🙂

  10. Hi Tim
    Thanks for sharing your video’s of the trip, what a “country of contrasts”. What a privlage to be able to travel the world and inspire people where every you go. Thanks for taking us with you!

  11. judi mh says:

    nice to have you back…favorite part of the video..sunrises and sunsets. I’m sure this trip will again fuel your creativity and suspect we’ll see some upcoming projects inspired by this.

  12. char says:

    Thanks for sharing!!! Looks spectular!!!

  13. Cherie Intintolo says:

    Welcome home Tim! Can’t wait to see your video!

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