(Not) Driving home

In the woods at the back of the pond

M and I were supposed to be on our way home today.

The "artsy" version

It’s possible things have worked out so we are on our way home as planned.  Or we may end up staying in Pennsylvania for a while.  M’s family may need us to stay and help out.

Whatever the case, regular Bogs blogging will resume when possible.  Be well, enjoy what’s left of autumn (or spring, depending on where you are), and I’ll see you sometime soon.  🙂

12 Comments on “(Not) Driving home”

  1. Good luck, if you are on your way home. Otherwise, when I head to PA on Tuesday, I’ll wave at you from the highway.

  2. jenna says:

    Hope all is going well. And again, regards to M and his father (and you of course) with the loss of M’s stepmom.

  3. Kathy says:

    Sometimes we don’t have the slightest idea what direction we’ll be going next. Hugs, Robin. Many blessings…

  4. Sybil says:

    I wish you peace.

  5. ladyfi says:

    Marvellous shot. Keep well!

  6. dragonfae says:

    Hope you are all doing OK. May you have safe and uneventful travels. *hugs*

  7. Have a safe trip home… whenever that may be.

  8. afrankangle says:

    Peace to you and the family as they are of greater importance.

  9. Chris says:

    so what’s going on? I hope that you are okay… send a personal email. We are heading out tonight for a few days of RnR… am worried about you two.

  10. ElizOF says:

    Hope all is going well… We are thinking of you. 🙂

  11. tedgriffith says:

    I hope that everything is working out for you both. God Bless.

  12. Robin says:

    Thank you so much everyone. We are on our way home, having driven part of the way this afternoon. We’ll finish up our trip tomorrow.

    I appreciate all your kind thoughts and comments. 🙂

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