Wending my way - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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wend (one's) way
To proceed to or along a particular path or course. Used especially in the phrase "wend (one's) way home." It's been a great party, but it's starting to get late, so I think I'll start wending my way home. People eventually started to wend their way back to their offices as police broke up the demonstration.
wend one's way
Proceed along a course, go, as in It's getting late; we had best wend our way home. [c. 1400]
wend your way go in a specific direction, typically slowly or by an indirect route.
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In the late 1950s, while wending my way
home latish in the evening from wherever, I would quite often see that great player George Eastham standing at the bus stop that was then on Church Road near the junction with Harley Terrace, waiting for the Number 4 Cowgate circle bus.