Monday, 14 September 2015

Reunion



Reunion no 1
More to go
I'm buggered

59 comments:

  1. awwwwwwwwwwwww! I can just imagine how tired all of you are. glad to see you made it home safely!

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  2. Awwwwwww. Nothing more to say ..... just awwwwwwww

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  3. You can count your chickens tomorrow, eh?

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    1. Counted them tonight..one missing!

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  4. ALBERT Daddy! You're home! Did you bring me a live bilby or a baby platypus to snack on?

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    1. Nah, more like "human slave, you are back..."

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  5. Glad you guys had a wonderful trip and you made it home safely. I'm sure the children will be very happy to get home and to see you both. Ahhh...there's no place like home...

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  6. Ah, love. Welcome home and recover quickly.

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  7. Lovely. Welcome home! X

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  8. welcome back. i woke up in the middle of the night wondering if you were back with the pups yet!

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  9. Welcome home. Dear sweet Albert. I'll bet he was SO glad to see you. Did he promptly bring you a mouse to celebrate with?

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    1. He has been terribly clingy deloras
      And hes brought in to voles which he didnt eat, just prestented both to me

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  10. The Best part of Returning Home ! Welcome back .

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  11. And I'd guess that Albert doesn't give a monkey's for your return. So in lieu of that we others are happy to salute your homecoming.

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    1. Funnily enough raymondo ....he's been incredibly clingy

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    2. I have found with all of our cats that they do care, and clinginess is how they show it.

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    3. My cats won't leave my side once I get home from holidays, and they keep making a noise.

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    4. I'm glad you're back John.

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    5. Yes, I've just read your following posting about Albert's positive reaction to your return, which is good and surprising. I never get any welcomes back from my two after my annual few days' absences. They just want a feed, and then, with a swish of their tails they're out. I shall now tell them about Albert's fine example and good manners.

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  12. So happy you're home safe and sound!

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  13. Welcome back to your chaotic life.

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  14. You should have arranged pickup of the rest of the herd until you had a few days to recover!

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    1. Jenny all of the dogs I picked up today.. They are all fast asleep together by the fire

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    2. Lovely. All's right in their world again.

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  15. Awww ..... Welcome Home. xx

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  16. I am sure you could sleep for a week, but the critters won't let you.

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  17. One picturr says it all. Catch your sleep up.

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  18. Nice to have you back x

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  19. Blimey, he has missed you !

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  20. I'm expecting my husband back from the USA after a fortnight away, I'm sure there will be wee and drool everywhere. Then I'll let the dogs in hehe. Hope your trip was as fab as it looked x

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    1. LOL ... I am sitting here giggling like an idiot.

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  21. Welcome home. Although you have been blogging I have missed you blogging from 'home'!

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  22. Albert can relax now.

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  23. Good to know you're home safely. Celebrations in the village tonight !!

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  24. Welcome home now get some kip x

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  25. Awww. They will all be glad (so glad) to have you home.

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  26. It was probably quite lonely for him what with the humans and dogs gone.

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    1. Megan, i think he was lonely

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  27. I am so glad you arrived home safely and you are with your babies. What a trip hey ! X

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  28. I love to travel, but it is always nice to come home, Welcome Home!

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  29. Welcome home! Which jet lag is worse? Does traveling home make you suffer jet lag more?

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  30. It's a long flight John but good you are home safely.
    Did you do all the political stirring before you left?!

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  31. Glad you arrived home safely and you enjoyed your time here.

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  32. Yep John as of today we have a new Prine Minister...

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  33. Reunions are overrated.

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  34. I wonder what time you will wake up ... flight and time changes and all.

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  35. Much love to Albert - and you. The Prof I will leave out of the equation.

    Good to know, John, that we are breathing the same air again.

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  36. Welcome home! Lots of slobbery kisses coming your way. Pets to Albert too!

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