All Roads Lead Home

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“At Christmas, all roads lead home.”
– Marjorie Holmes

Though the “official Christmas season” may be over for another year, our Christmas celebrations will be complete this evening when my younger daughter and her little family arrive home from New Brunswick.  I haven’t seen my grandson, Nolan, since his birthday in August, so we’re very excited to have their visit.  We’re keeping our fingers crossed that Mother Nature co-operates as far as the weather goes.  So far, after a very stormy day yesterday, it’s mostly sunny.

Their visit will be short as they have to leave for home on Sunday, and have lots of visits to fit in during that brief time, but — though short — it will be sweet. :)

Forgive my lack of comments and visits to your blogs — I’ll be back on track again after the weekend.

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13 thoughts on “All Roads Lead Home

  1. I hope you have a wonderful time with your family!
    I got to spend 5 glorious days with my granddaughter over Christmas. I think there’s a lot of truth in that Welsh proverb on your sidebar. :-)

  2. I hope you have a wonderful time with your family!
    I got to spend 5 glorious days with my granddaughter over Christmas. I think there’s a lot of truth in that Welsh proverb on your sidebar. :-)

  3. I know very well how it feels to enjoy your grown children coming home to visit. Right now my two sons and husband are here with me. The boys are playing some really cool video game where a damsel is being rescued. Beautiful graphics. I think it’s Prince of Persia. The girl looks beautiful. But the thing is….except for my dil missing cause she is at work, we are all together for this moment and loving every minute. It’s just as precious as when they were little. Hugs to ya and hope it is good weather for their visit.

  4. You just need to relax and enjoy your family Nancy. What fun it will be to have your grandson even if for a few days.

    I am glad the blizzard didn’t deter them from coming.

  5. Nancy,
    I loved this photo combo with your excerpt from Margorie Holmes……very cool indeed….in fact, that photo makes me feel COLD. Luckily, no snow at all in our part of Mississippi thus far this season, which is fine by me. People here don’t know how to drive well on frost, much less real snow!

    Here’s hoping you and yours have a happy and healthy 2009!

    Jon at Mississippi Garden blog

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