Day Ten, Home

I write to you this evening from a much colder and more drab venue. But, the snow is basically gone, so I can feel a little better about being home. We had a great trip (as you could see the past week and a half).

I'm happy to be home though and praying my dear Henrik extends his wake time a bit now that he's back to his own bed. I'm not sure how much of the 6:15 stuff I can take.

My last two pictures from the small carry-on suitcase with the beloved packing cube. Do you guys know about these things?! Amazing. Thanks to my bro-in-law, Ryan, we were all enlightened to their glory this past Christmas.

And, my sister Molly is the best. I wanted to cry lots of tears seeing her waiting for me at the airport. After a pretty long and stressful afternoon of flying, her beautiful blonde hair was a sight for sore eyes. She quickly tended to Henrik so I could carry my three bags without chasing that crazy kid and then, had delicious soup for us since she rightly assumed I wouldn't have much to eat at home when we got back. For some reason that gesture of picking us up with soup could still make me tear up. Like I said, it's been a long day.


Linda said...

Glad to see you made it home safely... and I'm glad that you have Molly nearby to do what I wish I could do! Thanks Mol!

L, Ann and boys said...

awwww....I love sisters :)

Betsy said...

So, so great. The relish atop the soup is SO Molly. Kinda want a bowl of it :). Glad you like the packing cubes, glad you're halfway through, glad the snow is melting a bit. Love you, sister!

leah said...

awww, this is the sweetest! sisters ARE the best. and this looks like mel's soup she posted this week, yes?

glad you're home sweet home!

Sarah said...

Love that about Molly - about made me tear up! :)

Glad it was a great trip, glad you are safe & sound. Hope H starts sleeping more! :/

Ashley Neuen said...

Sisters are such a blessing :) glad you had a great trip!