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Wednesday, 18 June 2008

Homecoming reccie

Twenty-one degrees at 9am. Sunny, but the weather can't fool me -- it's been raining in Carmine virtually non-stop since our departure. The clues? Moss and algae everywhere, energetically-flowing streams, lots of brown jasmine flowers and a garden like a jungle, with weeds taller than the trees.

The famous mouser (cat 12 : mice nil) dives into my arms every available moment since our return. I think we were missed.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

well... welcome back home!!!

Gypsy at Heart said...

Thank God you're back. I don't think I'll forgive you as readily as the cat. ;-)

Louise said...

Hi Gypsy. It's good to be home back here in Cyberspace too.

Vanessa said...

A belated welcome back...V

Wednesday, 18 June 2008

Homecoming reccie

Twenty-one degrees at 9am. Sunny, but the weather can't fool me -- it's been raining in Carmine virtually non-stop since our departure. The clues? Moss and algae everywhere, energetically-flowing streams, lots of brown jasmine flowers and a garden like a jungle, with weeds taller than the trees.

The famous mouser (cat 12 : mice nil) dives into my arms every available moment since our return. I think we were missed.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

well... welcome back home!!!

Gypsy at Heart said...

Thank God you're back. I don't think I'll forgive you as readily as the cat. ;-)

Louise said...

Hi Gypsy. It's good to be home back here in Cyberspace too.

Vanessa said...

A belated welcome back...V