We are home. While we miss the Shore, we are happy to be home. Our puppies are happy we’re home, too.
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I am married. We have two boys, two dogs, and two cats. I am on the Oxford Comma team. I look forward to my first large cup of coffee, black, every single morning, and I look forward to that second large cup of coffee, still black, every single afternoon.
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23 thoughts on “Project 366: Day 221”
I love going home. 🙂 And I have to believe that beats not wanting to go home….
Funny… I get that. As I was walking outside this morning, I realized I was happy to be home, and the feeling was stronger than the feeling of sadness I had with leaving.
There’s a happy face.
She was so cute last night, Georgette. She and Wilbur were happy to have their family back home again.
There’s no place like home! There’s no place like home. “Clicking heels together!”
Exactly, Beth Ann.
Glad to hear you are home safe and sound. Thanks for keeping us in the loop and so vicariously connected to the Shore!
Thanks, Carol. I still have tons of pictures to share. I hope to organize everything over the weekend.
David and I always used to say (I still do): Home Sweet Homer
Glad you had a good time and took those wonderful photos for us to share.
Blessings – Maxi
Home Sweet Homer. I like it. Blessings to you, Maxi.
(sigh) ME TOO
Vacations are great, and necessary, but it is always nice to get back to your own home. Welcome home. From your pictures, it looks like you had a wonderful vacation.
Thank you, Susan. Now I face the challenge of reading many blogs! (smile) We did have a wonderful vacation. Incredibly wonderful.
What a pretty dog! I am a big dog lover and have two dogs of my own, Zeus and Lucky. They are so funny, loving, and snuggly! I love them with all of my heart and soul! My name is Melissa Crowley and I am on a mission to save my favorite dog! I have started a blog for my Rottweiler Zeus called Saving Zeus. He has a rare genetic disorder and we are trying to raise funds for the medical tests and treatment that he desperately needs. Also on my blog, I have funny stories and really cute photos of both of my boys. If you would like to make a donation or share our blog to help us save Zeus, or would just like a laugh after reading a funny story, visit my page. Since I am just getting started on my blog, there will be many more stories to come so check back every once in a while!
Melissa, your pups are adorable. I was the proud owner of a Rottie named, Lina. She was my pride and joy. Thank you for being such wonderful dog lovers. I’ll be sure to keep tabs on Zeus and his progress. Thank you for stopping by my place.
Glad you’re back! Cherokee looks happy, too! (Did I get the right name?)
Thank you, Patti. Now, if I could get caught up on my life things would be swell. (smile) And yes, you did get the name right. That’s our pup, Cherokee!
I didn’t know puppies came in extra-large size like that. 🙂
I know. First time guests are always surprised when they meet our ‘puppies’.
She’s so cute! I love the lopsided grin.
The first time I went on vacation after getting Zelda and Mrs.Parker, I was afraid they’d be mad at me when I got home. I’d been told my many people who have cats that they are quite snooty for an hour or so after their humans get home, but then warm up.
When I walked through the door, Zelda ran out into the hallway. She had such a look on her little furry face. “The lady! She’s back!” She was practically shaking. Mrs.Parker was doing the same, but with just her face poking around the corner (she’s more skittish). Then they both ran over and started rubbing their heads all over my face.
Glad you’re home safe and the pups are happy! 🙂
The visual you gave was wonderful, Leonore. I am sure their greeting put a huge grin on your face. I know the greeting we received made us grin widely.
It is good to be home. Thank you.