Together at Last, Together Forever

October 18, 2006 @ 8:20 am | Filed under: The Cross-Country Move

I was torn between the Annie lyrics and Peaches & Herb, but in a contest between sappy and cheesy, I will always go for the sap. And anyway, it’s true: “I don’t need sunshine now to turn my skies to blue…” I don’t need anything but the driver of this minivan. We picked him up at the Phoenix airport yesterday, spent the night in Yuma AZ, and JUST CROSSED THE LINE INTO CALIFORNIA. Hey, there’s the broccoli crossing sign!! We’re here!

Just a couple more hours until we reach our new home.


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  1. Hooray for you all! You must be so happy!

  2. I actually am so happy for you I’m crying!!!!

    Hurray for broccoli crossings!

    Sherry

  3. SOOO happy for you! God bless you and your whole family!

  4. We’re so happy that you’re all together now!

  5. YAY! We’re so happy for you … and dh too!

    Enjoy California but don’t forget you’ve always got friends in Colorado…..

    Blessings to you all

  6. Hooray — so glad you made it!

  7. Oh, we’re so happy for all of you!! I’m so happy that I’m using multiple exclamation points!! πŸ™‚

  8. Hurray! You made it safely home. So glad Scott is with you now. Blessings in your new home!

    Love:
    Mary Beth

  9. YEAH! Very exciting! I am so happy for all of you! Welcome to California!

  10. Being a Brit, I had no idea what this journey entailed so having looked back in the archives to see where you started I google-mapped it. Blimey!!! I was scared enough by the instruction “Take the I-40 W exit 120A to Amarillo – go 859 mi” – the distance from the top to the bottom of Britain is only 875 miles and then you get wet.

    Well done for getting there in one piece.

  11. WooHoo! I’m so happy that you and Spot are together again πŸ˜‰ Email me your addy when you get settled and I’ll send his present. So glad you’re all safe and sound. You rock.

  12. welcome! You’re tying a knot, they never can sever!

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