Home again, Home again…

Jiggety jig.

So what does that mean anyway? I know it is a Mother Goose nursery rhyme, funny how they stick in your head all these years, too bad more important stuff doesn’t.

But for the really important stuff, I am going home again, yay! I can’t wait to see how my garden is, did I miss all the new bulbs I planted last September flowering? What about the paint job we had in the front hall, how does that look? Oh, and of course, my family and friends, lol.

Again, since I have no internet, not sure how often I will be able to post, or read your blogs, but I will be thinking of you.

And back to Barbados in June!

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34 Responses so far »

  1. 3

    Enjoy springtime back home!

  2. 5

    Have an amazing 2 months!!! in your garden.

  3. 7

    Alberto said,

    Welcome home, then. I hope you won’t find anything unwanted at your arrival! Let us know about the bulbs!

  4. 9

    lynne said,

    I’m really happy for you, to be home for awhile. I’d tell you not to work too hard but I’m pretty sure that won’t work 🙂 so instead I will just say “Enjoy!”

  5. 11

    paulinemulligan said,

    Hope your bulbs have waited for you, have a super time, will look forward to hearing about it all!

  6. 13

    Barbara H. said,

    Lovely rainbow! Have a wonderful time weeding, discovering, and planning how best to use your time in your beautiful garden.

  7. 15

    Elephant's Eye said,

    Enjoy, and we’ll catch up with you later.

  8. 17

    Enjoy! Look forward to seeing new pics from KG! 🙂

  9. 19

    Glad you arrived safely! I hope spring does not disappoint too much!
    Julie

  10. 21

    Carol Flett said,

    Welcome back! Other than the crocuses and snowdrops, they waited for you.

  11. 23

    I hope you have a marvellous time back home!

  12. 25

    I hope you find some snowdrops.

  13. 27

    Anna said,

    I think that “jiggety jig” are words of encouragement to a horse 🙂 Hope that you have a great time at home and in your garden Deborah, where I’m convinced that the snowdrops will be delighted to greet you.

  14. 29

    Marguerite said,

    yippee! what a great time of year for you to come back. Everything bursting into bloom and the temperatures aren’t too hot. Enjoy your ‘vacation’.

  15. 31

    Glad you are on the way home. I wish you a safe trip.

  16. 33

    Shyrlene said,

    Can I be like you someday? It’s such a treat to see what you are up to and where you are … :o)


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