Hiraeth (Welsh pronunciation: [hɪraɨ̯θ, hiːrai̯θ]) is a Welsh word for homesickness or nostalgia, an earnest longing or desire, a sense of regret, the feeling of longing for a home that never was. A deep and irrational bond felt with a time, era, place or person.
The plot in Genoa City today on the problems of the haves and the wishes they did.
Theo Vanderway, long lost relative to Dina Abbott Mergeron, is bitter that he has been all but shunned from her will while his already rich Abbott cousins seem to take their wealth for granted.
This begrudging jealousy is puzzling. Theo, though left out of one Abbott will feels bad, is still welcome in the family, and moreover there are plenty of opportunities which the Abbotts have all but handed him.
His talent? He is a professional “influencer,” which means he tells you what your taste in arts and entertainment ought to be. You’d think someone with such a job that requires criticism and judgment for everything would have thicker skin than he is showing.
The Young and the Restless on December 26, features Nick Newman the father trying to put together a Christmas his sons Connor and Christian. As Nick gets frustrated with not being able to put together the toy “without an engineering degree,” his sister, Victoria, who may know him better than anyone in the Newman family asks, “Did you read the directions?” That would be everyone’s house on Christmas!
Peter Gabriel wrote a song in 1978 called D.I.Y. where he says in a tone that is more enthusiastic than angry in the England’s English slang far than (American) English.
There is a beauty to doing things yourself, building things with your children. If there is one thing that Nick has learned from his dad Victor is being close to your sons and guiding their character takes precedence over anything in life.