It’s good to travel. And it’s just as good – maybe even better – to be back home again. Back home to the familiar and the comfortable and the ordinary. And of course back home to the kitties. For though they are well attended to in our absence I always miss them and wonder how they’re doing. They miss us too and greet us in their own way, in their time, and sometimes warily.
Upon our return from the Southeast, Benji was extra affectionate and all was forgiven.
Poor Tiger was extra worried and needs more time.
I need time too. To settle back into ordinary days. And to go through my (hundreds of) pictures – when will I learn? I’m hoping a post or two will soon emerge from our travels: the trip to Charlotte – postcards already sent – and our trip to Florida, including St. Augustine where we stopped en route to Orlando, for that popular tourist destination, Disney World.
In the meantime I leave you with a picture of the beautiful – though imitation – castle at the Magic Kingdom.
Glad you are home safe and had a good time! I’m so bad when I go somewhere overnight and Carlos and Kate come to check Foster they have to text me pictures so I know he’s okay! Of course he always is, he’s fairly independent that way. 👍
We love our fur babies! 😍😺
Disney World has been a hugely popular attraction for British tourists for decades now. I never really ‘got it’, and can’t imagine ever wanting to go there. 🙂
Best wishes, Pete.
I’ve always enjoyed Disneyland in California but hadn’t been to the much larger Magic Kingdom in Disney World before. (I had been to Epcot.) I enjoyed both of them on this trip but I don’t think I would do it again.
The castle was beautiful; I’d love to see the real one in Germany someday. You’re got real castles nearby, so I agree it’s probably not for you! Too many people and too many strollers! 🙂
I can relate. Thanks for sharing. : )
Hi Tanya! Thanks for your comment! There’s no place like home, cats and all! 🙂
We took the grandkids there two years ago and a great time was had by all, though I had to go back and nap midway through the days!
I believe it! It’s a fun place especially for children – but so huge it requires lots of walking. 🙂