That is very true. When I used to go off on a holiday with my friend and my younger daughter was still living at home, she always used to say that it was only a house when I was away. But when I came back, it became a home again. How sweet is that?!
love completes the picture..it is what makes house a home...agreed!
so true.....so very very true, which is why even after the best vacations, coming home is so fabulous.....
So very true!
brilliant! hope you are having a wonderful weekend. one love.
TO:Thisisme - what a wonderful thing for your daughter to tell you! Smiles.Sherry Smyth - oh yes, love completes a whole lot of everything.Beth - I always LOVE coming home after being away. That first moment inside after you open the door is heaven.Bounci Barb - I think you can share a few stories about home no doubt.Pretty Things - yes, home and love together are a perfect combination.SE'LAH - every weekend has the potential to be wonderful. It's often a state of mind.
Love it. >hugz<
the words and photo go so good together and the words are so darn true...
Such an excellent thought!
What a brilliant photo to illustrate that thought. So true.
What a great sculpture, and wonderful location for it.
To:Wanibaka - thanx for the nice hug. feels good.Pat Tillet - when I saw the sculpture it reminded me of how empty a house can be. Glad you had a good time on your trip, but I know lots of us are glad you're back.Oh, My Darling - art makes you think about life. Thnx for stopping by.Sarah - I was in the right place at the right time for this phot as the sculpture show was on the beach for just a few months.r. garriott - I know the atist was all over the beach deciding the perfect place to put their sculpture. I loved where they ended up putting it.
Hello, my friend. I haven't been around the blog block in ages what with the end of the school year craziness. I wanted to stop by and tell you how much I've missed you and this inspiring place you have created here. It's good to be back.and, oh - what a great picture!
Nothing drives this point home (ha!) more than seeing an old abandoned house on the prarrie... it used to hold a family--it use to hold love. Now, it's just boards and broken windows. The last time I came home from a vacation, I literally wanted to hug my home!
To:Relyn - I'm glad that your hectic schedule has lightened up. I appreciate your coming by and it's a delight to visit your blog as well.Joy - Yes, it can be startling to go back to your old home. Just have to keep the memories going, they can be more vivid than reality at times. I LOVE coming home each and every time.