Letter from Felixstowe: Home

Spreadsheet man at his ‘desk’ at our storage unit

Spreadsheet man at his ‘desk’ at our storage unit

We’re thankful for a safe journey home to the UK and that our Aussie family members have also been safe in the midst of wild Sydney storms.

During our last couple days Down Under, heavy rain and winds battered New South Wales. Clive and I were under cover most of the time, going through contents of our storage unit, packing a few boxes to ship to Felixstowe and trekking back and forth to the post office.

Packing boxes for the UK

Packing boxes for the UK

We’re thrilled to be back in our own space after moving around a lot Down Under. Home has so many definitions: where the heart is, where you make it, where the most important people are. And sometimes: where one’s own bed is – especially when jet lag calls.

Spring has sprung in England, it’s light until 8 or 8:30pm and our tree by the sea is much greener than it was a month ago.

Tree by the sea, 22 March 2015

Tree by the sea, 22 March 2015

Tree by the sea, 23 April 2015

Tree by the sea, 23 April 2015

There’s really no place like home. Cheers and thanks for reading. Next week’s letter will be from Felixstowe.

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2 Responses

  1. Welcome home, glad everyone is safe!

  2. Thanks Kim! Have been loving your photos of spring in Paris 🙂

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