27 June 2008
On Being Home
No question that I enjoyed seeing family and then old friends at Redeemer, enjoying Kitty Hawk, and spending time with the brothers in Canada; but I also have been completely confirmed in my preference for being a home-body. My mother's Aunt Annie Mastin always used to say that with a good book you could travel round the world and never leave your rocking chair. Wise lady. I intend to "stay put" for a good long while - the only trips I intend to make are hospital and shutin calls for the foreseeable future, unless those trips are in books I happen to pick up along the way.
Posted by William Weedon at 4:53 PM