Always a bit of a downer this. Not helped by wait in the rain for the bus at Gatwick, or having my "liquids" confiscated at Ljubljana airport. I packed an overnight bag to save rooting in my suitcase which only just closed. In Pristina I checked it in, so didn't need to think what was in it. But at Ljubljana they persuaded me it was too much overweight with the extra bag and said I had to carry it on the plane. As this meant I had 3 bags (computer, handbag and overnight) I thought that wouldn't be allowed, but I don't think they saw the computer bag. Although they asked about liquids I completely forgot about my sponge bag etc and said no.
So when it came to the X-ray, out came the shampoo and conditioner, the handcream and the contact lens fluid (which was nearly empty anyway). As far as I know you are allowed contact lens fluid, but they insisted not, and I was going home so no point to protest really.
Arrived past midnight. Everyone gone to bed or at least pretending. House was at least fairly clean, given teenagers, although we have a good cleaning lady. Evidently roast chicken for dinner.
In the morning, no news about hair appointment I ordered. At least fridge full and dishwasher full and clean. Rubbish baskets also full as they were when I left. Parcel left out in the rain where the delivery man left it a week ago. No cat food. No wonder the cat welcomes me!