Missing home

I have been missing the Sabine Farm, so I looked out through one of my webcams, this one pointing out the window where I usually work:

The leaves are changing.  It looks beautiful.

I am always glad to travel, and indeed Rome is home.  I very much enjoy people whom I meet and know. 

But I do miss the Sabine Farm when I am not there.

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8 Responses to Missing home

  1. Tim H says:

    such an idyllic setting, who would not miss it? Indeed, there are many who would envy you just this one place!

  2. Jim says:

    You are very fortunate to have such a setting as your home and retreat.

  3. Geoffrey says:

    Wow… Viewing the Sabine Farm in the USA from London via webcam… You should be a part time tech consultant! Is there a book that explains how to do these nifty things?

  4. Geoffrey: Mostly trial and error, keeping track of available gizmos, etc.

  5. Christabel says:

    It’s nice to go travelling, but it’s oh SO nice to come back home.

  6. Speaking of \”home\”, an interesting announcement in yesterday\’s St. Agnes Church parish bulletin:


    Their famous 10 am Sunday sung Latin Mass is changing to extraordinary form on 1st and 3rd Sundays, remaining ordinary form on 2nd and 4th Sundays.

  7. Ubi Caritas says:

    So when are you due back in Rome full time, Fr. Z. You seem to have been away for ages (barring conferences, of course)

  8. Jane says:

    What a beautiful place to live. If you don’t already have a Lourdes grotto there, it would the ideal place to put one.