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:

    http://www.stagnes.net/media/bulletins/2008/bulletin2008-09-21.pdf

    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.