Tuesday, 8 December 2009


clear, cold, temps minus 6

Home, home, home, home, home, home, home, home, home, home, home, home, home, home.

With Michael and Trudy.



Marjorie said...

“Home is a name, a word, it is a strong one; stronger than magician ever spoke, or spirit ever answered to, in the strongest conjuration.” -- Charles Dickens

So happy for you, Louise.
--Marjorie from Connecticut

Nikki B said...

I'm picturing sweats and a roaring fire....... :-D

Dana said...


whalewatcher said...

Incredible how one word can convey so much meaning. I can hear your Ruby slippers clicking together as you repeat to the good witch Glenda
'There's no place like home' : )

Cornflower said...

You've earned a good break!

Shelagh said...

To add to your own and to Nikki B's comments - and GUMMI BEARS!

Enjoy your truly well-deserved rest.

Hugs, Shelagh

Brenda B. said...

Dear Louise and Michael,

It's nice to imagine you back in Sutton after your travels. What comes to my mind are the lyrics to "Let it Snow."

"Well the weather outside is frightful, but the fire is so delightful. Since we've no place to go, let it snow, let it snow, let it snow."



boogiebev@hotmail.com said...

Dear Louise,

I know it's wonderful to be home and I know that you are enjoying this immensely.


Louise Penny Author said...

Dear all,

I know you more than most understand. What an amazing autumn it's been. But this is the most wonderful feeling...the storm outside (i imagine many of you are getting it or have gotten it already) and to be snug and safe inside. Though Michael ventured out once to get the mail and fell! Hurt his hand, but it is fine. Could have been so much worse.

How good home feels. I love, and value, all your thoughts, quotes, blessings.

You are great travel companions, and great comforts now it is over!