Steve, Aubry and I just returned from the pilgrimage home.
It was a funeral that sent us home, so our hearts were heavy with the loss of Steve's grandfather; but our time was spent laughing and enjoying.
Webster defines pilgrimage as "the journey of a pilgrim to a shrine or sacred place."
That is what New Hampshire has become to us.
A place of relaxation, peace, a renewed appreciation for the world our Creator God made for us.
So now I sit here, day one back home in Florida wondering where to start and what to do.
Work wise my next event in 2 months off and then there is this itching desire to sell everything inside my house.
It was a rainy morning so that puts a damper on my garden time, or at least mentally puts a damper on it. A load of laundry is drying and my dishes await me.
So there is plenty to do.
In other news, Aubry is a good traveler.
Between plane rides, car break downs and mini-half-day-road-trips she has proven to be a pleasant traveler; this makes us smile because if a Cali trip is indeed in our 2013 line-up she has made the cut to be able to go. Speaking of Aubry we had court last week and for now she will remain living with us. Her bio-parents caseplan has been extended once again and so only time will tell. We trust her future to God who knows best for her.
Well I will be running, probably gonna make a "to-do list" and start crossing stuff off it.
I trust you all had a wonderful weekend and where ever you are are enjoying some warmer temps and seeing signs of life budding all around you.
Until next time extend peace and love,