Home is where the heart is. One of those proverbs that sounds pretty cliche.
But, the more we went trough moves and changes, the more we experienced it to be so true. We felt at home at so many places in the last few weeks. In Claire and Robs book house, at my parents kitchen table, visiting Jelles old grandparents, in the church, feeling loved by so many. Feeling at home in the open air, halfway through Europe, passing the mountains and being under the blue sky, back in Darda church, where we got the warmest welcome. Seeing the woman and little children, and the smiley faces from the little guys.
We moved in two weeks ago and that was not too hard. We do not have too much furniture and because of all the recent moves, we sorted things out quite frequently. And moving from a small house into a bigger one is always going in the easy direction. It is good to be back. And this is home for now.
An older lady has lived here and passed away last year. She did not have children or other relatives and we can rent the house, including some furniture. The house is build in the late seventies and the kitchen and bathrooms are still original, but working well. We are not finished in making it a homey place, but this is at least the start.
Enjoy the pictures!
Warm greetings from Osijek.
And if you wonder Why in the world are you (t)here?
You might find an answer in this post.