Tuesday, 30 November 2010

From the warmth of my window

I wait for a husband walking the 8 miles home from work, public transport having stopped and news of my Dad trying to find a way home when it seems all the routes are blocked.


Thanks for the love, all home in the warm now .... and breathe.

13 comments:

crafts@home said...

Oh dear, 8 miles is a long way to walk in normal conditions, I hope he gets home safe and soon, along with your Dad xxx

Claire said...

Wishing your loved ones a safe and speedy journey home. I'm sure there will be a lovely warm welcome waiting for them :)

Dawn said...

Wishing everyone a safe journey back to your warm home x

Tammy said...

This is how we were last week...several feet of snow and below 0 Fahrenheit temps. Our whole town shut down, businesses as well as roads. We are still receiving snow, and oh boy, I am loving the hot chocolate!

8 miles...that's a really long way to walk. Does he have places to stop along the way to warm up?

Please do keep us posted.

Claire said...

Glad all is well now. Been keeping them both in my thoughts.

arwen_tiw said...

(hugs)

Jenevieve said...

Hope everyone got/gets home safe to the warmth of the home. :) x

Shell said...

Glad he's home safe - mines just leaving the house to go to work now (10pm) :o(

Audra said...

Hope you are snuggled in safe and warm with all your sweet family!

Jacqui said...

I am so glad i didn't read this earlier. The snow is beautiful, but very worrying when loved ones are travelling. Glad they are home safe. xxx

crafts@home said...

Glad there back home safe and sound :)

Cheryl said...

I love the snow when I can stay home and enjoy it. Not so keen on driving in it.

Hope the weather treats you all better tomorrow. Keep warm and cheerful.

Wabi-Sabi Wanderings said...

So happy that you can breathe easily again! I'm really not looking forward to winter driving.

Blessings...