The trip back was surprisingly smooth sailing (in so far as we actually flew rather than sailed).  The flight left on time, Akemi and I slept through the first 6-7 hours, then we woke up and watched a movie: Sex and the City and Three Identical Strangers.  I leave you to figure out which of us watched what.

We actually got into Toronto early, got home a little after 6:00 p.m. and then, after unpacking and a quick dinner (greek yogurt, protein powder, peanut butter, and blueberries – a far cry from my Japan culinary itinerary), we went and picked up the dogs.

They seem happy, but exhausted.  But not too exhausted to model some of the fabulous hats Akemi picked up for them while we were away!

Going to try to finish a book before bedtime tonight.  Trying to hit 365 on the year for a book a day which means I need to read another 15 titles in the next 25 days.

In addition, I need to turn around notes on a couple of outlines and a script.

And, oh, hey, I received some fantastic news regarding our Untitled Awesome Project.  But more on that in tomorrow’s blog entry.

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16 thoughts on “December 6, 2018: Back in T.O.!

  1. I am happy you are home safe and sound. The pups look like you interrupted their vacation.

  2. It must be great to have the pups back home! I’m sure they missed you greatly.

    I can’t wait to hear about the UAP news!!

  3. There really is no place like home. Sleep well, give us some juicy UAP teasers tomorrow.

  4. Welcome home to you, Akemi, and the doggies. That was fun. Looks like you have found a good dog sitter. I’d say that is a great trip all around.

  5. Welcome back! What kind of loot did you bring home? Have the girls been glued to your side?

  6. Glad you are back safe and sound. Looks like you had a wonderful time…foodies unite!! Have the dogs forgiven you leaving them?? Presents help!!

  7. The hats are all so cute.
    I’m surprised you didn’t bring home reindeer antlers and elf hats for the girls, though?

    Everyone, please send loving, healing thoughts, and speedy recovery wishes for our blog sis @pbmom who unfortunately had to have a second surgery two days ago. (I’ll let her fill you in on the details when she feels up to it).

    Also please keep James, @QuantumMechanic, in your thoughts and prayers as he continues his chemotherapy.

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