Sunday, August 17, 2008

Just Rolled In

Hey, kids!

We'rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr back and none the less for wear from the long drive. The house didn't burn down but the lawn is knee-high. The kids are pissed because I didn't leave them enough money for groceries and considering how they're starved and weak, I'm surprised that the house is so tidy. Aaaaah, maybe that's why the kitchen is so clean! I should starve them more often. ;-)

We had a great time in Nova Scotia but it's good to be home. I'll post some photos one of these days.

I hope you've all been well. I look forward to catching up with you all.

Love,
Pagan

10 comments:

  1. Welcome back! I've missed you so much that I became completely disoriented!

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  2. Hurray, you're back! Glad you had a great time. Can't wait to hear about it and see pictures. I see you've found Singing Bear. Isn't it wonderful he's blogging again!

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  3. Welcome back. I'm looking forward to seeing photos of Nova Scotia!

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  4. How you have been missed! Welcome home and looking forward to your words of wisdom and more.

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  5. Good to see you! Hope to hear more about Nova Scotia soon.

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  6. Welcome home!! I have always found not eating at home to be an excellent way to keep a clean kitchen

    Next time tell them the money is hidden in the lawn, that'll get the mowing done.

    Missed you terrible :)

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  7. It's great to have you safely back - Canada's a veritable vipers' nest of Cheese-Eating Surrender Monkeys! And Injuns!!

    Can't wait to see your photos. :)

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  8. Thanks dudes and dudettes! It's good to be back.

    DCup: I appreciate your passion for me, luv. ;-)

    Dianne: hahahha. Yeah! You're so funny.

    CR: my dear friend, whatever do you mean. What am I missing? Clue me in. Man, you're funny even when I don't get it! :-)

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  9. The in-laws (the whole kit & kaboodle) just got back from a trip to Utah. We didn't go along, but we did hear that one sister-in-law decided that just prior to a day of hiking in the desert was a good time to teach her children (and everyone else) the lessons of food deprivation and delayed gratification. I think she's losing her mind.

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