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  1. @ Alazyguy: I guess I didn’t. I’ve been blind and deaf recently, in the manner of speaking…I sort of drifted through my London trip. Thank you very much and perhaps the next time round I’ll catch the message?

  2. You didn’t get the telepathic message I guess. The only element was admiration.

    Though I admit, its like an invisible cloak somewhere at Canary Wharf, close to you. A bit scary I guess.

  3. London does have a few secret admirers of you.

    Could it have been a telepathic understanding that you had unfinished business out there???

  4. @ DC: 😉 Hugz, gurl.

    @ Bibs: Thanks for this comment. It brought some perspective to the confusion that caused my post.

    @ Sense: Yup, I’m back. Let’s talk this week, I’m on vacation.

  5. when I read your post, got reminded of this one ..

    “Andrew Largeman: You know that point in your life when you realize that the house that you grew up in isn’t really your home anymore? All of a sudden even though you have some place where you can put your stuff that idea of home is gone.

    Sam: I still feel at home in my house.

    Andrew Largeman: You’ll see when you move out it just sort of happens one day and it’s just gone. And you can never get it back. It’s like you get homesick for a place that doesn’t exist. I mean it’s like this rite of passage, you know. You won’t have this feeling again until you create a new idea of home for yourself, you know, for your kids, for the family you start, it’s like a cycle or something. I miss the idea of it. Maybe that’s all family really is. A group of people who miss the same imaginary place.”

    ~ From Garden State