Saturday, December 10

Home again...home again jiggity jig

The meaning of "home" varies from person to person. When I was in Michigan a couple weeks ago people greeted  me by saying "welcome home". When I returned to Idaho I was greeted with "welcome home". In an email I received from a friend in Quebec City they asked when I was coming home.... 

Where we love is home, Home that our feet may leave, but not our hearts.
~Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr., Homesick in Heaven


For several years Idaho has been our home away from home. It 's a place that is always hard to leave and a place I always look forward to returning. Within the next few weeks my husband will be finishing his field work and our time here in Idaho will come to an end. I'm sure our final days will be hard and saying good-bye to friends that we have made throughout the years will end in tears, but what an experience it has been.... an experience that I am so grateful for.  Just hearing the word Idaho will always warm my heart.
 
Home is not where you live but where they understand you. ~Christian Morgenstern


 




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5 comments:

Eva Gallant said...

So where are you headed from Idaho?

Mitzi said...

Glad to see you back in blogland. You are so fortunate to have lived in so many beautiful places and have made friends everywhere. Looking forward to you "Coming Home" to Michigan for Christmas.

~from my front porch in the mountains~ said...

I have many places I call home! I have a feeling you and Idaho will see one another soon :)
xo, misha

The Aelick's said...

We know you will miss Idaho but you can make "home" anywhere you are as long as your together. Tell the family hey from the Aelick's when you are "home" for Christmas.
Your cousin,
JWA

스마트한걸 said...

I have already come.
As I promised that I would come again, I have already come. Now all the people around the world must listen to this message,

"I have already come"

http://youtu.be/zXKV78VERio