Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Home again, home again,

jiggedy jog!

I had a truly uneventful flight back to Vermont.  And who would ask for anything more than no events on a flight?

We even landed early at both JFK and Burlington. AND...my checked bag was the second one on the carousel at baggage claim.  That has never, ever happened before!

Of course, it meant extra wait time for me since I had told my son a pick up time that took into account the certainty of a somewhat delayed flight and my bag being its usual last off the plane.  It's always something!  I am being like Tabor complaining that she has to take this trip to France.

There are a few daffodils in bloom in my yard.  The grass is green and may even need mowing by the weekend.  Some buds on the trees.  I missed mud season...although this year it has been dry so, I hear, it was more like dust season.

So I rested today.  Tomorrow I can start spring cleaning!  Again!

14 comments:

  1. Glad to have you back in the merry north lands.

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  2. Oh, don't worry, we had some mud.

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  3. An uneventful flight is the best kind. Glad you made in home without problems.

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  4. Welcome back again, Olga. I'm so glad you had an uneventful flight. I agree with Linda that it's the best kind. I hope you got to watch a movie though.

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  5. I do not know how one can manage two houses without some help. AND I find in this country, help can be very unpredictable.

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  6. The joys of spring! I love your virtual travels. I am happy to stay in one home, though!

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  7. A yes I get the baggage thing. Buddy and I check in together yt our bags on the carousel can be one comes second the other last. It recently did just that. No one picks us up. we take the limo service because we tend to get home at 3 am.

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  8. Congrats on having such a great flight home.

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  9. Glad everything went smoothly for you. Enjoy being back and look forward to your next FL vacation!

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  10. Welcome back to your Vermont home! I think it would be lovely to have 2 places to alternate between. Of course I would choose Maine as my 2nd home... and it would have to be in summer... or maybe Scotland (again in the warmer season)?

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  11. Enjoy that beautiful state. You just reminded me the one drawback of having two homes-twice the Spring cleaning. Small price to pay for all the pluses.

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  12. Having two homes does mean you have twice the housework, doesn't it? Glad you made it home safe and sound with pretty yellow faces to greet you!

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