There is no place like home, and home is where the heart is. It was nice to get away, and to see my family, Armstrong is a wonderful gem in the Okanagan. The drive home only reinforces our desire, and certainty that this is "home" for us. Although our circumstances do not allow us to move up and fulfill our Muddy Boot Dreams quite yet, I am remaining sure that one day they will. After all, my heart is up there in Armstrong, and home is where the heart is. I have just returned, and there is not enough time yet to down load the over 1000+ images that I took. There was also not enough time to edit, delete, and feed Bootsie the neighbors cat. He showed up 20 minutes after we got back. And made up for a weeks worth of missing his canned food, by gobbling up a half a can in less seconds then it took to feed him. I have lots to share with you in the coming week, and I am sure that at least 10 of the photos are not blurry, but I have to wait and see. We went to a huge fair, and a rodeo, and had heaps of good times. There was a tremendous lightning storm that hit the power poles, resulting in fried computers, and no phones, so I couldn't email, or read any blogs for at least 2 days. That really puts a crimp into a busy turf business, everyone was waiting to see if I would go into computer withdrawal. I didn't, but I was grateful to the tech who came out and fixed the internet. Those were some hairy hours. So have a lovely weekend, I will be making more cards to replenish my stock, feeding Bootsie, who has missed out on many meals from us. And doing some downloading, and editing. Remember Home is where the heart is. See you later.