home sweet home

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Wow, it feels good to be home. Warmly welcomed by neighbors, kids having a great time with friends, takeout food from our favorite Indian restaurant en route to our table.

The house feels small and a bit shabby compared to where we've been living, but it won't be hard to spruce it up, and I'd rather have it than all the mini-mansions in Seattle. Walking down the warm sidewalk to visit with neighbors, watching the evening thunderstorm approach, listening to Lane laughing and hanging out with his buds...it's all good.

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Glad you are back -- hoping to see you soon. I'd have been on your steps to greet you if I could.

Liz, I really enjoyed reading about your cross country trip, especially since I would like to do the same thing one day with my children. Thanks for letting us all in on the fun (and the not so fun, at times!).

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