Home, sweet home!

Got back about an hour ago.  I’ve unpacked, run a load of laundry, made lunch, and am leaving to pick the dog up from the kennel.  I have been absolutely and completely removed from the news from two weeks.  News-wise, it’s as if they never happened.  I have a lot of catching up to do.

What I can do here and now, though, is extend my deepest thanks to Don Quixote and Danny Lemieux for keeping this blog lively in my absence.  I am so grateful to both of you!  Thank you for sharing your wit, wisdom and insight with everyone, while I lived a decadent life on a cruise ship down in Mexico.  Your brains are exercised; mine is completely flaccid.

I’ll return to blogging tonight or tomorrow morning. I missed you all and look forward to getting back into the fray.

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  • SJBill

    Welcome home, Bookie! Happy New Year!

  • http://ruminationsroom.wordpress.com Don Quixote

    Welcome back and I can’t wait to hear about your adventures!


    Uh oh…cruise ship, two weeks, all the chocolate ice cream you ever wanted.
    Buckle up boys n’ girls – Bookworm has lots of energy : )

  • http://OgBlog.net Earl

    Were you REALLY on a cruise for two weeks!?
    Wowsers!  All we did was spend 10 days with Gail’s siblings in Chico…looking for a house so we can move down here.
    A great time was had by all, but it ain’t a Cruise!
    Welcome home….I can hardly wait to get back to Bend and start packing.

  • http://ymarsakar.wordpress.com Ymarsakar

    Welcome home.

  • Danny Lemieux

    Are you going to share video footage?

  • http://bookwormroom.com Bookworm

    No videos, Danny.  I’m not a very visual person (words are my thing), so I don’t record the trip on film or computer but, instead, try to keep a record in my mind’s eye.

  • http://ymarsakar.wordpress.com Ymarsakar

    There’s always voice recorders you can buy to record a personal narration of events.
    Although they are more popular in Japan than in the US.