But what on earth is half so dear -
So longed for as the hearth of home? ~ Emily Bronte
Hello my lovely friends and welcome to No Place Like Home; a blog party where you are invited to share all your home and garden posts. A place to share your imagination, ideas and gifts with others.
I have been very busy since I last posted. My whole family, all twelve of us, were home for a huge Family Reunion. We had Hubby's relatives come from as far away as Ireland, Colorado, Florida, Ontario, BC, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and of course PEI. Many we met for the very first time. This is the majority of us.
All of my kids were home along with Boomer, the little pup that I have become very fond of. This little guy made this pillow his own. How could I not allow him to make himself comfy, he's just too cute! He is a hybrid breed, a Shinese. A cross between a Shih Tzu and a Pekingese and he's as soft and cuddly as a little teddy bear. His tail curls up when he is standing.
My little granddaughter wearing an Anne of Green Gables hat. Isn't she adorable? She loves to pose for the camera.
We enjoyed trips to the beach, both the north shore and the south shore.
The kids loved catching hermit crabs among the red cliffs...
and playing in the sand at Brackley Beach.
Sunset at Brackley Beach.
We enjoyed walks on the boardwalk at Victoria Park. A few of us didn't make it into the picture because they were walking behind the camera.
Family is everything!
Our two youngest on the rocks lining the boardwalk.
One of our grandsons piggybacked his little cousin all the way to and from the play park from our house which is a good little jaunt.
One of the highlights for my Mom was when all her grandchildren and great-grandchildren visited her. This is my son and his sweet family from BC.
My middle guy and me out for the afternoon spending some mom and son time.
I hope you enjoyed a few pictures taken on my blog break.
The last of my company left this morning on the 6 AM flight so we had to get up very early to see them off at the airport. It's sad to see them go. Our middle son longs to move his family back to the Island so it's always hard on him especially.
I may be a wee bit late getting around for my visits today because of the very early morning I had.
I don't have any features today because I have been absent but thank you to everyone who participated in my last blog party. It was my biggest party to date. What a talented group of ladies you all are!
Now let's see what you are creating in your home to make it a cozy place to come home to for your family, your friends, and yourself.
Lord, this humble house we'd keep
Sweet with play and calm with sleep.
Help us so that we may give
Beauty to the lives we live.
Let Thy love and let Thy grace
Shine upon our dwelling place. - Edgar A. Guest
Sharing from my heart ~ Sandi
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