Tuesday, July 21, 2009

He's home!

My husband's back from the Mildura Writers' Festival. I took the afternoon off from work so I could be home when he arrived. I'm happy. And I can finally sleep well again.

Mildura Weir on the Murray RiverHe took this photo of the Mildura Weir on the Murray River. We're both city born and bred, and this is absolutely lovely to us.

39 comments:

Jeannette said...

So glad he is home, I can tell how happy you are. That is a beautiful picture. Imagine having a home with that view.

Cezar and Léia said...

Bonjour sweetie!
So nice news! Wonderful picture from this Murray River!
Glad to know that he is fine and at home with you!
Believe me, I know this feeling because it's awful to be at home without "The Prince"! ;)
God bless you all
Léia :)

Tammie Lee said...

This is absolutely wonderful to me too!

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Beautiful shot and i am happy too that you are happy...Great..Unseen Rajasthan

lunarossa said...

Wow, what a beautiful shot. I'm glad you're happy now as it was clear from your previous post how much you missed him. It's lovely to see a couple like you after 13 yrs of marriage. Well done. Hugs. A.

Bonnie Bonsai said...

I can see freedom in the tranquility of the surround. Lovely shot of your hubby Hilda. Kudos!

Abe Lincoln said...

I would think this is wonderful to see in person as it is in this photo. Looks like a park on the left.

Pick a Peck of Pixels

A home far away said...

What a lovely photo!

Hugs Gunilla from Singapore

Rinkly Rimes said...

I hope he was a speaker at the festival! Does he fly to other countries very often? Thank you for visiting my blog.

Jacob said...

That is a beautiful place! And a great photo with wonderful reflections and color! Kudos to your hubby!

daılyphotoafyon said...

very beautiful pictures,thanks for your comment

lemon said...

I wish you enjoy each others company for many-many more years!
It is a treasure, a real lotto win, to have a peaceful and loving relation with your "other half".
My "half" works night some days, so those nights I can not sleep well either.
:)

Shanna said...

How wonderful to know of such a happy marriage!!!
Actually, I clicked on the photo of you just because you do look so happy. It shows!

3c said...

What a wonderfully cheerful header, Hilda.

And a beautifully tranquil river.

And a happy post - to know your husband is back and safe with you again.

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SandyCarlson said...

Lovely to me, too! Thanks for sharing this. I am glad you are happy.

Z said...

What a heart warming post! It's very nice to hear about partnerships such as yours. :-)

Ribbon said...

Hi... my first time here and what a surprise to first up see a photo from Australia... my home :)

I like your blog and I will return.

thank you and best wishes
Ribbon

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FA said...

What a great place for a picnic and/or a good book.

Gunn White said...

It looks very nice, and I think walking on the left side would have been nice too....

Suman said...

good

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Lovely location and great shot Hilda !! Thanks for sharing..

Ann said...

Lovely shot, next time you go with him?

Pacey said...

Indeed a lovely scene, so tranquil.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

A beautiful picture! And I love the banner photo (did I already say that? No matter, I'm loving it all over again!)

I'm going to a writer's retreat in October.

JOE TODD said...

Looks like a great place. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I will have some craft photos on the next post

Glennis said...

It is always nicer when Husband is at home. Nice photo I like the colour of the water and the sheen on it.

Sherry Stewart said...

Hilda, Hi! Thanks, and I'm so glad to see your smiling face.. I do understand, it's a thrill being in nature isn'it? I can't stay away long. I'm glad he's back,, wow writers conference.. sounds stimulating! Happy for your happy home! Hugs!

one planet said...

thanks for your visit . come again tomorrow i will be in Hamburg city see the tao a big drummer festival
love andrea

ramosforestenvironment.com said...

Beautiful view.
Luiz Ramos

chubskulit said...

I can feel your happiness with your husband at home!

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afyonkarahisar said...

Hi Hilda; opinions were long time. How are you? Blog is very good progress. Congratulations. You a good blogger.

chubskulit said...

visiting you again today1

DoanLegacy said...

What a great capture! Love the reflections in the water..

Manang Kim said...

Wow Dakak is your honeymoon place ^_^ I like the place it is so quite and though it is a resort it is not populated. Thanks for the visit I do appreciate it.

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Cher said...

Hi Hilda! thank you for visiting! you have one lovely blog! see you around. :)

johnny said...

Es muy bonito también para mi.
Un saludo

notaphotographerbutiplayoneontv said...

Thanks for stopping by our blog! I agree that is a perfectly lovely and peaceful looking place.