Thursday, February 17, 2005

There's noplace like home

One good thing about taking a road trip is that you appreciate home when you return.  I had a good time with my daughter and her kids.  We had adventures by the dozen.  But I'm glad now to be home petting my dog (I think she's glad to see me).  I'll wait till tomorrow morning to check on the horses.  Cliff killed the pigs yesterday, so we'll be cutting and wrapping meat Saturday.

I'll get the pictures of my trip all assembled by the weekend and post them, for those who are interested.  Or, you can read my daughter's journal entries for the past few days and see most of them now.  Truly, the trip couldn't have gone any better.  The kids did great, considering we were all crammed in a van for over 2,000 miles, all told.

I think I'll go enjoy the comfort of my own bed.  Good night, J-landers. 

7 comments:

toonguykc said...

I'm glad you all made it back safely (and sanely)!    Russ

bnanajm said...

Welcome home Mosie.  I missed you.

Bnana

plieck30 said...

Glad you had a safe trip home. Paula

csandhollow said...

Welcome home! BTW Rachal is sending everybody here for pictures! LOL

bookncoffee said...

So glad you are safely home.  I was thinking about you in the past couple of days, awaiting to hear from you and the trip.   My daughter had told me about some trouble brewing in South Texas close to the border.  I was hoping you all were not involved in that.  Supposedly a drug situation b/w Mexicans and Americans.  Lot of friction and rioting.  Have you heard about any of this?  Who knows if it's true or not!!!  But the teachers were telling the students about it at school this past week.
Sonya

sanforized6 said...

Glad you had a good one. rich

ryanagi said...

Welcome back. :-)