I'm back.

My visit to UK has been full and joyous, but it is lovely to be back at Eleusis. Today I travelled from the snow in the north back to gentle rain here. My injured leg is still giving me trouble so unloading the car was a challenge. I had bought some supplies and also received many gifts while I was in England and the car was fully laden. Bringing it all in and storing everything away I now feel well set up for the cold weeks ahead.

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I am glad for you, David. At home again! I hope  your leg heals as soon as possible,you may  relax a little bit and enjoy returning to your blessed place…the feeling of coming back home is always a relief! :)

Please take care and have a lovely winter namo amida bu and love modgala

Thank you, Nati and Modgala. Yes, home sweet home. Silence, solitude and beauty. Namo Amida Bu.

Hope you are doing well David even with gammy leg . I will be on my way back to France also soon after spending time with family and friends .
Seems you have been in the wars for a while now what with yr ailments last year .. Hope this year will be great health for you .
Much love

Great to hear from you. Do pop in en route south.

Hope you have lovely times in France. Hope your health is turning to get better.


Namo Amida Bu



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