Pause: stop at the store
Need milk, bread and some basics
Zombie walked the aisles
It all seems cheap here
Don’t miss eight bucks/gallon for gas
Or double for things
Got home 2 a.m.
Bed was cold but didn’t care
Fell right on and slept
Swirling, random thoughts
Can’t believe we’re all back here
Culture shock plagues me
I mourn my Gran’s death
But also lost my dear Mum
Three long weeks of bliss
Transitions are hard
Used to seeing her daily
Now I blame M.T.
Stories all in head
Questions welcomed while I group
My thoughts, fix my head
Glad to be back? Yes.
I think it’ll take time though
I need (to learn) more patience
So glad to see you are safe & home. Wonderful to “see” you here again. Good luck with the jet lag recovery.
Glad that you’re safely back…tell MT “hi” for me…I’m missing it right now…
Hopefully the adjustment isn’t too hard!
So glad to see you back 🙂 Hope you all find some rest over the weekend to recuperate. Wishing you a speedy transition as well.
Glad you’re back! 🙂
Glad your home safe and sound! I hope the boys managed the return flight ok? Which culture shock was the most…er, shocking? Going back to Scotland or coming back across the pond?
So pleased you got home. It takes a while to get back to normal – with time and also to get de-UKed I always find. Hope the kids are ok. I missed your blog!!!!!
Welcome home, Siobhan. Welcome home. We’ve missed you. And hearing your voice. Time to open the book to the next chapter of your life.
Welcome back. Hope the transition isn’t too rough.
Glad you’re back. Have a restful weekend, and hope you don’t suffer from too much jet lag.
Welcome welcome welcome…you’ve been missed! Hope the transition is slow and steady and isn’t too hard.
So glad you all made it home safe and sound! Welcome back!
oh man. i can’t even imagine the level of homesickness you have. you’re amazing. glad you’re back tho! who won the contest? lol.
Glad you are back safe and sound. Welcome back!