Thursday, May 27, 2010

Warm thanks on a cold sunny day



She was out in the garden today taking photos of blue sky and flowers and thinking of work when She heard voices. Glyn had come home for the day yesterday, to stay overnight for the first time in months. And She had been worried because Nadolig had been away for a few days. We knew Glyn was coming, so sent word out across the field, and the birds and the butterflies, moths and lizards, all carried the word to Nadolig to come home.
Sure enough, She went round to say hi, and there was the pied cat, stratched out in the cold sun.
And Glyn asked that She send out a message to all those who had sent cards, and drawings and paintings to him. He wanted to say a very warm thank you, for these have kept him going through dark days. And we say thank you too, kind thoughts and gift from strangers have touched and warmed all of our heart.
We hope that next week Glyn will be back to stay. We hope so. The village is not the same without him.




24 comments:

Karen L R said...

good news heard round the world! yippee!

Morning's Minion said...

Nadolig's knowing of when to come home for Glyn is amazing. I hope there are yet warm seasons for them to spend together in the old house.

Anonymous said...

Thank You Gingers for the very good news. How happy you all must be to have Mr. Griffiths back home. It truly warms both heart and soul to see him with his beloved Nadolig in his arms. Three cheers for Mr. Griffiths and Nadolig.

Ann said...

So good to see them both-

Ann said...

So good to see them both--

Donatella said...

What a lovely picture of Glyn and Nadolig. Thank you the update. I know I'll be happy when they are reunited for good!

Rosalind said...

Good news to brighten up my day. Best wishes to Glyn, his home will be pleased to see him back.

Lyn said...

He must be so happy to be home even for one night. Lets hope he's home to stay next time.
Love
Lyn
xxx

Dougie Donk said...

My heart warms to see Glyn & Nadolig together again. Welcome home, Glyn!

dinahmow said...

Hurrah! Please rub the trousers of Mr. Griffith and sing a welcome purr from us.(And Dinah)

geiger and Sporran

Marion said...

What wonderful news. I wish the best for all of you.

Carolina Cats said...

Yay!!! We're so glad Mr Glyn was able to come for a visit. We're even gladder he will be home for good soon. We know Nadolig was sooo happy to see him too!

Finny Buddy Jazy

alphabet soup said...

Hurrah!! The return of the ginger cats.
And Glyn. And Nadilog.

More hurrahs!!

Ms Soup

Sheelagh said...

Happy Cat! Happy man! Glyn looks so well Jackie. Will be good to have him home. Wonderful news.

ChrisJ said...

Welcome home to Glyn and Nadolig! I love the photo of the two of them together.

Cordwood Cabin said...

I have always heard that animals have a "sixth sense" which prompts them to return to their chosen person ... I think there is quite a bit of truth in this, too. Perfect timing for any lover of animals is the sudden return of wandering cat or dog.

Sandie's Patch said...

I hope so!
Glynn is looking well and so happy holding Nadolig.
Thanks for letting us all know.

Sandie xx

Lydia said...

Brings tears to my eyes and joy to my soul to see Nadolig in Glyn's arms. I feel badly that I am not among those who have kindly sent cards and expressions of good will....but I am fonder than fond of those two great beings and send best wishes from my heart.

Dartford Warbler said...

I do hope that Glyn`s homecoming goes smoothly for him. Nadolig will be pleased to have him home.

Shaggy, Scooby and Scout said...

It is so heartwarming to see her in his arms! We hope all is well with him again!

Ikaika said...

Very happy to hear of another visit home by Glyn. What a beautiful photo of him with the faithful Nadolig. We look forward to more happy news!

Moonroot said...

So lovely! This brought tears to my eyes.

Angie said...

What a wonderful photo ...I so hope he returns to his home.

Kitikata-san said...

It looks like a nice day for Mr Griffiths to visit his home and Nadolig. I hope it was a very happy day for all, and that there are many more to come.