Michael Buble’s Home is playing. I am really home! Nothing has changed except things are veiled in a thin layer of dust. Familiar surroundings, familiar sights. Nothing can beat this feeling. To be safely home – where my heart is – for a while anyway.
11 thoughts on “Home”
Welcome home. *again* 😛
It feels good to be back hor.
welcome back and relax for awhile lor….at least u can eat more Penang food liao……
Penang food is mostly bad for my kidneys.
ikeas meatball sauce!meatball sauce!meatball sauce!!!
Is that all you can think of?
yay!!! nice comfortable feeling hor? You clean it nice nice ah? Who knows you may have visitors from KL *winks*
I make my guest clean for me too *winks*
Welcome home again, Peter.
Thanks. So many homes…. 😀
How thick is the dust in the living hall? Hehhe…
Don’t just ask. Come help me clean.
Welcome home, koko.
Welcome home and lucky you to have missed the heat of the last few weeks. We have missed you at our (very infrequent) Area Reflections but hope to see you again at the next one (if any – have to check with Angeline).
Bangkok was warmer. Looks like I did not miss much. Looking forward to our BEC Reflections. It has been a while.
Welcome home. There sure is no place like it 🙂
Take care and God Bless.
There definitely is no place like home. 😀
I’m glad you’re back safe and sound, get some well-deserved rest….. and go do the meme! 😛
Studying away from home, i certainly could not agree more that nothing can beat the feeling of being at home! And also the feeling of being HOME in Penang! Living away from Penang makes me feel incomplete somehow. I’m ALWAYS ALWAYS looking forward for every college break to go back to my comfort zone. But it won’t be that easy anymore when i get to NZ next year. That is the only thing that i’m not looking forward to during my stinct in NZ. *sigh* Nothing beats home and Penang!
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