Words Fail Me

October 5, 2006 @ 3:46 am | Filed under: Family Adventures

The house is empty, and it’s time to say good-bye to this green valley. Away, we’re bound away…


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  1. πŸ™

  2. Enjoy your trek out west. I keep envisioning a covered wagon bumping along the grass-covered prairie.

    And, yep, the numbers are right. Pa and Ma had four girls and one boy too. πŸ™‚

    I’ll be praying that you have a safe journey…full of interesting sites.

    What a “high tide” learning experience. Take advantage of it. πŸ™‚

  3. Wishing you all the best on your journey!

  4. Yes, but did Ma & Pa have a Palm phone? ::giggle:: Enjoy your trip. I’ll be thinking of you and I can’t wait to hear you’re safe and sound and in Califlordia.

  5. Well, I just called and heard my first, “We’re sorry. The number you have reached is not in service at this time.” My index finger can hardly believe it will never press that combination of numbers again.

    I know how sad that last goodbye to a beloved home is, but just think of all the joy that awaits you. Now you are truly going home.

  6. Bon voyage!

  7. Oh how you will be missed! Goodbyes are too hard, so I prefer “see you later!”… with hopes that you will come back to our precious neighborhood to visit soon! i will be praying for your safe trek across the country … what a wonderful opportunity for the children! Enjoy!! And keep the girls playing that piano!! πŸ™‚ with much fondness… Wendi

  8. Safe travels! It’s never easy to leave, but your beloved awaits!

  9. What a bitterswet moment! But how nice to have a husband at the end of your journey. Good luck.

  10. Blessings on your journey! And may I be the first (well, second, after your hubby!) to welcome you to southern California!

    Welcome home!