Friday, January 2, 2009

Missing what's familiar

As I anticipate the long journey back to our current home in Washington I am keenly aware of the ache in my stomach indicating my desire to return to what is familiar. I am ready (and have been ready for a few days now) to re-enter the nature of my life in the rainy city once again. Visions of my cozy little apartment office, a warm cup of Chai Tea, my Africa blanket and my blog-writing tablet (a.k.a. my computer) are dancing in my head this morning.

Until then...

1 comment:

:::No Longer Mute said...

what was unfamiliar once has now become familiar simply by your "doing" of it. how the days make up weeks, and weeks months and months years until you realize what was unfamiliar has become the familiar. hmmmm....

k.