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Home Toasts

May your fire be as warm as the weather is cold.

May your well never run dry.

To home-where we always find warm words on a cold day.

To home-the place where we receive the best treatment and which we appreciate the least.

God bless this mess.

God bless our mortgaged home.

Here's to our town-a place where people spend money they haven't earned to buy things they don't need to impress people they don't like.

"The ornament of a house is the guests who frequent it." -Ralph Waldo Emerson

To the pleasures of home: a good book, a bright light, and an easy chair.

To home-the place where you're treated best and grumble most.

To home--the father's kingdom; the child's paradise; the mother's world.

In the words of the old song, "Oh my! I'm too young to die, I wanna go home!"

To our friendly, cozy little burg, where no one can sing "Nobody knows the trouble I've seen."

-"May the weather be perfect, the exchange rate in your favor, and the places you visit enrich you with memories forevermore." ~ "Not traveling is like living in the Library of Congress but never taking out more than one or two books."


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