From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler
"Going home without knowing about Angel for sure will be the same as going home from camp. It won't be any different. After one day, maybe two, we'll be back to the same old thing. And I didn't run away to come home the same." (6.76)
"I have half a mind to join that group and go back with them and just be mysterious about where I came from." (7.42)
"And the more plans you made, the more it became like living at home away from home," I interrupted.
"That's true," she said. "But we did enjoy living away from home in a mild kind of way." (9.138-139)