6-word Saturday

Departure is poignant: missing them already 


Last week’s flurry of family visitors was followed this week by the return of fellow blogger Crowing Crone Joss and her husband Gerard after a year of exploring their French roots.  They must have covered most of the Hexagon during their travels, sleeping in the car.  They came back to pack up and say goodbye, before taking off for Canada.  We have so much enjoyed getting to know them – they feel like old friends to us.  It is only fitting that we should finish as we started, with lunch at the bistrot in the village.


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19 Responses to 6-word Saturday

  1. Nimi Arora says:

    Poignant Words…


  2. Barry Dawson says:

    Sounds like a fun adventures for them. The emotion in your words is palpable.


  3. Kathe W. says:

    I know exactly how you feel- when we have good friends visit and stay awhile with us…it’s never long enough and we miss them the minute they leave. Cheers!


  4. Sumana Roy says:

    deep feelings need no words…this is exquisite and perfect…..


  5. I know what you mean. I have had a summer full of departures, and the house always seems so empty when visitors have gone.


  6. a whole drama in six words & an epilogue; very cool, Viv. Nice to put faces on blog relationships.


  7. claudia says:

    oh wow…that sounds like quite an adventurous trip….cool on exploring the roots – i bet they had many interesting stories to tell


  8. Mary says:

    Sad to say good-bye to such good friends for sure!


  9. brian miller says:

    what a cool adventure that would be…exploring out of the car…and even sleeping in it…i bet they had some stories….


  10. restlessjo says:

    Nice to know that Ron is on such good terms with Will 🙂
    Have a good week!


  11. Karen S. says:

    Sounds perfect to me! What fun.


  12. So fun to hang with fellow bloggers. Always difficult to say ‘see ya later’.


  13. magicalmysticalteacher says:

    I feel the poignancy of your post…

    My Six Words


  14. Ron. says:

    My friend Bill once said. “Parting is such sweet sorrow…” He had a way with words, that one.


  15. Judy says:

    Glad you had a lovely visit!


  16. Jim says:

    🙂 Ah, the bistrot in the village. Sounds soooo nice, homey and French and all.
    I’ll have a pot of moules, please. I know you enjoyed their company more than the food.


  17. Gillena Cox says:

    have a nice weekend

    much love…


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