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We Are Home

Two more very long travel days have brought us safely home -- and our simple little homes look very good to us tonight. 

It was good to get away.  It was good to have some time to just be together.  It was great fun to laugh and play and visit the Denver zoo with my wonderful grandson -- and his parents.  It was good to have lunch with my daughter, to see her and know that, even in the midst of her own troubles and difficulties, she keeps learning and growing and trying to figure it all out for herself.  It was good to follow the road from east to west and back again, acquiring a fresh appreciation for the place that is "ours" with each increasingly green-tinted mile. 

Tonight, we are tired, tucked in waiting for a spring snow storm, watching our Ohio State Buckeyes in the Sweet Sixteen, munching on a delivered pizza, and just glad to be.  Our cats are snuggled close, purring sweetly, and life seems good. 



  1. So that's your grandson Sue - a good looking boy. And the cats have survived, that's one thing about cats: you can leave them for a few days, unlike dogs who would miss you too much. We love our dogs but they are a bit of a bind.

    You chose to travel by road and not air. It's a long journey, did you think about the pioneers who made trails to the West? What a difference in travel conditions! And even in Denver, you're not much more than half way to the west coast, what a huge country USA is

  2. Anonymous12:45 AM

    Welcome home :)


  3. Glad to hear that you are home safely and that you have had a good time.

  4. What a perfect picture of the "lil guy" I am so happy that you all had a good trip and enjoyed some peaceful family time finally!!

    good to have you home safe and sound

  5. Yes, Malcolm -- we always choose to drive rather than fly when that choice is available... Air travel has become quite difficult and unpleasant in the days since the September 11 attacks, and these days it is common to have to pay additional fees for every single thing. A nuisance. So we drive.

    I always think, having come across the vastness of the prairies, about those who once did that trek in ox-drawn wagons. I am always stunned, when the Rockies first rear up on the horizon, and I imagine what it must have been like to have come all that way, over months of arduous travel, only to confront that 14,000 foot tall wall of granite. Amazing that so many of them did, in fact, continue on all the way to the west coast of our vast continent.


  6. It sounds like you had a great trip and visit with family.
    Sometimes getting out of whatever is your normal life can make a huge difference in how you see whatever is happening.
    Cheers to you all!

  7. We drive, too, here in Australia...

    Not as far (although the country is a similar size we travel up and down the east side of it!) but regularly 12 hour trips down to major cities.

    There's always an argument - should we take the coastal or inland routes? The sea ... or farmlands and mountains? Of course if we discover a new road, that's it ... we are off exploring and are then hours late at our destination. Luckily we are often staying with kinky friends who understand:

  8. Impish110:11 AM

    So nice to hear you using the word good again...


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