. . . . . . . . which way is home?
When you have a heart full of love for two countries where you've made
your home, it's hard to leave both and wonderful to return to each.
We said "goodbye" to England yesterday, sad to leave, but happy to
watch the miles tick down from 3,900 to 100 as North Carolina came into
view below the wing.
A smooth flight. . . . . . . in fact a very smooth two weeks of fabulous
times with family and friends in Bath, Devon, Cornwall and London.
The one mishap was when we landed and discovered my suitcase
didn't!!! Apparently an electrical fault in the bag loading conveyor
system in Heathrow meant many passengers bags didn't make it.
Bob was lucky, his is here, mine is hopefully making it's way across
the pond today and will show up on the doorstep by this evening!
The garden looks fabulous - just couldn't believe how everything
grew so huge whilst we were gone - will show you more later,
as well as stories and photos from the really enjoyable trip.