Have you been following along with our travels this far?
Idaho in September, to Colorado, to Kentucky, to North Carolina for and emergency blood transfusion and surgery, Thanksgiving and beyond...
Tomorrow we leave our four week stay with the Smith family to head back to Kentucky, and then to Missouri (for Christmas? Maybe).
Thee children are ready to move on, but I absolutely cannot believe that after four weeks of living together, all the children are still enjoying each other and getting along with each other BETTER than ever - if you can believe that!
As for me...
I am very melancholy about leaving. Mrs. Smith is a friend that has born with me living in her home (along with my husband and children, and myself being less than 100 %) with such amazing grace!
She has taken care of me, and my family as I have been recovering. She has made meals, cleaned up after us, loved on my children, washed laundry, filled and refilled the hand-soap bottle:-), the toilet paper, and paper plates, and ran the dishwasher non stop.
All while keeping a lovely and serene countenance, making the days fun for all, and being able to laugh at the rice on the floor, the crayon markings on the kitchen table, and the babies having meet their months poop allotment!
Dearest Friend, you bless and inspire me. It will be too long until I see you again!
So here's a few more pictures tonight (somewhat out of order) of another of our Christmas adventures: assembling a Gingerbread House kit!
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