That’s all I have to say today, dear friends.
We’re safe & sound back in the Upper Peninsula. Attended a party celebrating my 90-year-old friend’s birthday this afternoon.
Napped twice already.
It’s good to be back home! Isn’t it always good to go–and good to come home?
I live in the middle of the woods in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Next to Lake Superior's cold shores. I love to blog.
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Welcome Home Kathy! Yes…I agree…it’s fun to go away but oh so lovely to return home. 🙂
Brenda, tis indeed. And I have SUCH a busy upcoming week. Two meetings today…and on and on it goes.
Auntie Em – There’s noooooooo place like home! So glad you are back safe and sound. Rest well!
Ha ha, Susan! Auntie Em indeed! (Are you sure it wasn’t Dorothy who said that? Or are you saying I LOOK like Aunty Em?) lol…I think I’m slap-happy tonight.
🙂 🙂 to you too!
It is true. Excited and happy to go away but relieved and eager to come home.
I wonder why it’s like that, Sybil. My mom always said that’s the best–when you’re excited to travel but excited to come home.
Ms. Essence, we flew over western areas of Chicago and I pointed downward and said “Laurie lives there” and Barry said, “Laurie who?” and I said “Holessence” and he said “Who?” and I said, “Laurie from my blog!” and he said, “Oh.” I’m not sure he believed me that it was your house, though. lol!
Welcome home! Glad all are safe.
Thank you for your good well wishes, Jeff. I have a slight head cold, so it is important to get lots of rest. But have a very busy upcoming week. Sigh…good to see you, my friend.
It is such a fine homecoming when folks like you say “Welcome home” Micheala!
Welcome home, Kathy! We got home yesterday, too. Yes, it is always good to go and good to come home again.
Welcome home, Barbara! Did your grass grow greener while you were gone, too?
It sure did – and the lawn mower had been here, too! Some trees are finally green and most of the rest are blossoming! Yay Spring!
We haven’t had to mow our lawn yet, but Barry mentioned the word “weed wacker” yesterday. Summer’s comin’!
Glad to see you got home in one piece Kathy. Hope none of those little lizards in your last post decided to take a trip north in your luggage 😉
Gosh, Amy-Lynn, you are so astute! I never ONCE thought to check our suitcases for stray lizards. Maybe those anoles or skinks are courting down in our basement. I better go investigate! lol